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The Plant Whisperer wrote at 2015-10-02 16:57:17
Also, make sure that the plant is getting lots of light......not direct sun but sunlight or other. You should also try placing the pot is a saucer of water if there is little humidity in the room. But, caution not to allow contact with the soil or drainage holes. Try placing on a bed of pebbles in water. This particular plant does not respond well to dry or drafty environments.

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