I have seen this happen many times. Usually it is a sign that there is root degeneration, could be caused by being too wet (in which case the leaves and stems are not getting enough water because the roots aren't functioning), or being too dry (in which case again the leaves and stems aren't getting enough water. Test the soil. Easiest thing to do is stick a kebob-skewer into the soil all the way to bottom of pot, Run the skewer between your fingers, you will be able to feel if its wet or dry. If dry, water more, or more often. Whenever you water, water enough that water runs out the drainage holes. If wet, water less, or less often. Soil should feel almost dry all the way to the bottom of the pot before you water again.
Answered on October 2, 2012
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