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Posted 8M ago by @danbern

pink quill has some drying leaves
hi everyone! i just returned from time away from my plant and was a few days late on it’s watering schedule. i noticed it has some browning leaves that aren’t fully dead and i’m wondering whether i should remove them or let them be or what it means! #PinkQuill
4” pot
Last watered 1 day ago
I would just cut that brown part of. I don’t know if this is true but you want to conserve the water for the living part of the plant not the dead part (browning parts)
I agree with @FieryFern just cut the brown part, it’s essential to keep away the dead leaves, as they consume energy from the mother plant in vain
It’s likely because of overwatering. It’s best to underwater a PQ than overwater it!

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