Indoor Yucca Care.
I have two indoor Yucca plants that I have had for just under a year.I recently moved house, but,previous to this move one plant was doing extremely well,and the other looking a little sad as it didn’t have much light.Since I moved house 2 months ago,the poorer plant didn’t pick up so I started feeding both with baby Bio on the advice of a garden centre(which I have done twice)and now both are starting to die at an alarming rate!They both now have fairly good light so I don’t know what to do.Can you give me some advice before I lose them both?I am also very worried as I am about to move again in April and upset their positions again.
Indoor Yucca plants prefer sunshine and will do best in an east,west or south-facing window.They also do not like to be moved,so if you do this try to match the conditions with regard to temperature and light levels.
In bright or high light settings,allow the top 1/4 or 1/3 of soil to dry out before watering well.In low-light settings indoors,allow 3/4 of the soil to dry down between waterings.
When you water DO NOT let the plant sit in a puddle that can accumulate in the bottom of the container.In low light areas this extra water may encourage rotting.
Overwatering will show up as foliage collapse or cane rotting,especially at the soil line.
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