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Prayer Plant Leaves Turning Brown

The leaves brown on edges at end of leaf.


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#1 Comment By torrezlittlebit On 05/16/2015 @ 5:02 pm

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#2 Comment By shelley On 05/16/2015 @ 5:18 pm

Brown-tipped leaves typically indicate too low humidity, improper watering (usually over-watering) or a water quality issue (fluoride toxicity). The soil of a prayer plant should be kept evenly moist, but never damp/soggy. Prayer plants favor humidity so you may want to create more humid conditions such as misting it daily with warm water or placing a bowl of water near the plant. If you are using tap water on a municipal water system, you can let the tap water sit overnight before using it on your plants to allow the chlorine and fluoride to evaporate from the water.

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