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Apr 22, 2018 2:03 PM CST
I was gifted a plant and then we moved to a whole other city and I put it facing a NE window (no direct sunlight) I watered it and then it developed spots and two leaves went yellow. I don't know if it's too much light or too much water or lack of something else pr different water in the city?
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Apr 22, 2018 3:33 PM CST
Looks like a Pothos. Low light lover. Perhaps it is just suffering a bit due to the change of location. Plants sometimes are set back when they change location.
They like to be evenly watered, not too dry and not too wet.
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Apr 22, 2018 3:48 PM CST
I agree, your plant appears to be Pothos (Epipremnum aureum) and they prefer bright, shady locations and are very drought tolerant. If it's container does not have drainage holes in the bottom, perhaps the issue is from the soil retaining too much moisture.
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Apr 22, 2018 5:01 PM CST
Thanks for the replies! I will check it's pot and how wet the soil is. I definitely don't want to loose this beauty
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Apr 23, 2018 8:19 AM CST
Could it have gotten sunburned while being moved? Could a vine have been bent or crimped? I would inspect the vines for signs of damage. Sometimes the roots on vines are not very strong, also check to make sure they have not been pulled loose, that the plant feels firmly seated if you *gently* tug at the vines where the disappear into the soil.
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