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Might be low humidity. Try to keep it away from heaters and vents.
Thank you. I will move it
Does it go outside at all and recently? Do you water/mist the leaves or stems? Has it been sunny, windy, or raining when outside? How often do you water the plant? Has it got good drainage? Do you drain the tray the plant sits in?
The plant in the picture appears to have yellow leaves, which could be a sign of an underlying issue. One possibility is that the plant is not getting enough sunlight or is receiving too much direct sunlight. Another possibility is that the plant is not getting the proper amount of water or is sitting in waterlogged soil.
To fix this issue, I would recommend moving the plant to a spot that receives bright, indirect sunlight. This will help the plant to receive the right amount of light without getting scorched. I would also recommend giving the plant a deep watering once a week, making sure to let the excess water drain out of the pot.
Additionally, I would suggest fertilizing the plant with a balanced fertilizer once a month. This will help the plant to maintain its health and ensure it has the necessary nutrients to grow and thrive.
It's also important to keep an eye out for any pests or diseases that may be affecting the plant, and take appropriate action if any are found.
Finally, I would recommend repotting the plant in well-draining soil and a slightly larger pot, as the current pot may be restricting the roots' growth.