I just got this Tineke Rubber Plant from The Sill, and it looked exactly like this when I bought it. I’m wondering if these brown spots are burns from the sun? Because it’s watered plenty. I also just added a pebble tray to it in the event it needs more humidity in my super dry apartment. But I wanted to check and see if these brown spots are something else so I can address it before it’s too late if it’s something more serious.
I just purchased a new monstera about a month ago, and just recently noticed that the bottom, smaller leaves began turning yellow. Upon further inspection, I noticed many small black spots on the leaf as well (both top and underside). As I look at the additional lower leaves, there are some green ones that have the same black spots but are not yellow. I worry that there’s is a disease spreading and need advice how to fix before it’s too late!
We have an office Dracaena Marginata plant that was not doing too well recently. However, we repotted him, and put him in an undisturbed place where he can get a lot of sunlight, and basically have been watering super super infrequently because of it's dessert-likeness. However, the existing leaves still seem to be pretty grumpy and limp. Any suggestions or help? Is it dead, or is it salvageable? Should we fertilize?
I'm having some troubles with my BNF. It looks like the leaves are actually doing quite fine from a color perspective. But from an energy level perspective, they're actually quite sad looking. I did think that I might have watered it too much, because its soil was wet for a few days, so I've extended the timeline of when I water it. For location reference, it's not directly near a window in my office, but it does have line of site to bright office light. I'm wondering if it might be too far though? Though how close to sunlight does it need to be?