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Posted 1M ago by @CrucialCatbrier

I just repotted my money tree (almost two weeks ago) and ...

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15ft to light, indirect
5” pot with drainage
Last watered 2 days ago
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@CrucialCatbrier, it's hard to say as some plants react differently to shock; some take a couple of days, and some take weeks. You'll know your plant has snapped out of it when you start to see new growth replace the dying leaves if you haven't already. For now, wait until your plant’s soil becomes bone-dry before attempting to water again. The goal is to put as little stress as possible on your plant so they can focus on recovery.
I'm so sorry to hear this. I have bad luck with money trees. Did you check to see if there is root rot?
@JediaMaster when I repotted it two weeks ago there was no root rot
It sounds like it could be suffering from transplant shock, and if that's the case, it's better to wait for your plant to adjust to its new pot, as too many modifications can be fatal.
Once you give it some time like @JediaMaster mentioned. You should try leca. Heck you have to cut off the roots, rotten or not at some point
@Julia_gulia @Seedstarter thanks!! Any idea of how long I should wait? The soil is still pretty moist at the bottom from my transplant two weeks ago. Leaves are slowly turning yellow about one at a time.