I've never seen that plant before. It's a Chinese money plant. I peaked on the Internet for the common name. I could use a money plant , to buy more plants.
The leaves are showing water stress, either over or under watering.
I’m so busy... “I don’t know if I found a rope or lost a horse.”
I'm not sure whether I'm over or under watering. It's only the new leaves, old leaves are perfectly fine. Perhaps I will let it dry out even more next time before watering, I always let it get pretty dry though
Name: Will Creed NYC Prof. plant consultant & educator
I don't see a problem. New leaves are often a lighter color when they emerge but gradually become darker green.
Protect it from more than an hour or so of direct sun falling on the plant. Allow the top half-inch of soil to dry before watering thoroughly. Use distilled or filtered water if your tap water is hard.
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