August 28, 2023 at 8:44 am ReplyKitty.25Private messageGreenhorn
I repotted my Dracaena two years ago, and I looked online to make sure I positioned it correctly. I read that it should be facing the sun, but not directly in full sun.
But just now, it had a yellow leaf. I’m afraid I repotted it for nothing. I changed the pot, used good soil, and even put clay pellets at the bottom. I think I did everything right. Maybe I’m panicking for no reason, but I don’t want it to die. I mist it every day, except in winter. There are no bugs on it. It has plenty of plants companions. The house is bright, almost like a greenhouse. If you could tell me what’s wrong, I would greatly appreciate it. 😀August 28, 2023 at 2:55 pm ReplydenisePrivate messageGreenhorn
Well, hello Kitty.25, I think that one or two yellowing leaves shouldn’t be a cause for worry. But if it’s more, then there might be a problem with the soil mix. Some soil mixes retain water too much, for dragon trees it’s important to have good drainage.
Are the leaves yellowing from the bottom, or are new leaves turning yellow?
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