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Someone please help! I have (had) two money tree plants, and they are slowly dying. Well, one looks like it's dead. The one that still has life it looks like this: It has few leaves, with most of those left turning yellow in the center, then falling off. The branches seem like they are slowly withering, and the base (around the roots) looks white-ish, and is somewhat soft. This is a braided tree, and now only about 2 of the remaining braided treelets still have foliage. I watered the tree(s) once a month, and misted the leaves weekly. They were doing well for a while and then suddenly they just started to shrivel up. Should I re-pot them, should I cut away the dead treelets or is it possible to save them? Thank you for any help you can give me!
by weezie13 on September 20, 2005 10:34 AM
Fmamaward, Sorry we didn't notice this post earlier.. I just wanted to let you know I was going to move it into HOUSE PLANTS SECTION... I think you'll get a much better response to you question there...
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