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How can I save my plant?

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They like humidity, not too much water. Dry out the soil and mist the leaves.

OldGoat43 Level 9 Apr 5, 2021
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Looks like it is drowning to me.

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Stop over watering it!!

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Repot, getting the old soil out & off the roots as much as possible. Ruthlessly remove root areas feeling/looking spongy, slimy, or rotten. Put some gravel about 2" deep in the carefully cleaned or even new pot before adding new soil & the plant. Cut back Severely all the dead/dying leaves, they only drain its' remaining life. (And continue to do so as leaves wilt).
In future, water a lot less!

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It doesn’t look good. I would repot in new soil and see if that helps.

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I have a brown thumb, so no good advise.
I came to answer the question.
Is it dead or alive?
Yes, it is.

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