Newest to my household! $12 at walmart :) how do i take care of her and what does she like/not like?!
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Repot into a bigger pot make sure to rip some roots at the bottom and sides to get it started, and make sure you plant closer to the top of the pot. Put layer of chunky stones at bottom of new pot. Use multi-purpose compost and water. Then test the soil with ur finger moving forward. If dry water the whole pot. If wet/damp leave it alone. Keep near the window warm and sunny. Make sure to drain the tray or dish you put the pot on even a small puddle, and the pot has good drainage holes.
Add some coffee ground, a circle round the main root once every 3-4 weeks. Or banana peel water 2-3 times a week max. (leave a banana peel in water for 2-3 days) for nutrtional value. But not too much of any, you can get away with the peels more because their lower dosage.
Don’t water/mist the leaves period! Remember to ensure good drainage of pot and tray at all times and always soil test to then gage/schedule how quickly your plant needs more water. If dry, water all the soil and drain the excess from pot and tray at all times. If wet/damp leave it alone! Let it dry. Keep near the window sunny/warm. Good luck!
The plant provided appears to be a species of Dypsis lutescens. It appears to be healthy, but there is no information provided about the issue with this plant. It would be helpful to provide more information or to give specific issues that need to be addressed in order to provide advice on how to fix it.
Possible issues with this plant could include overwatering, underwatering, improper lighting, or pests. To address these issues, it would be recommended to provide the plant with the appropriate amount of water, light, and nutrients, and to monitor the plant for any signs of pests. It would also be important to keep the plant in a well-draining pot with a proper soil mix and to ensure that it is not overcrowded or undercrowded in its pot.