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  • Answered by
    Nikki on
    June 12, 2011
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  • Answered by
    BushDoctor on
    July 1, 2020
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    A.

    Test your soils for deficiency, or too much nutrients. If all tests well, there, then you can move on to pH. I suspect that the pH is off.

    Once you have corrected both of these issues, then you can begin to diagnose fungal, or bacterial infections. This can be caused by saturated soils, or root damage. Make sure to let the soil dry, thoroughly, down to about an inch or so between watering.

    Make sure that this plant does not get direct light. They are an understory plant that prefers quite a bit of shade.

    Here is an article that will help you to care for this finicky plant:

    https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/stromanthe-plants/growing-stromanthe-triostar.htm

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