UNDERWATERING: As soon as you notice that the Money Tree leaves are starting to look wrinkled or curled down, check the soil. If it feels dry, water it thoroughly. Never let the plant sit in water. Remove any water that accumulates below the planter and never let the soil become muddy.
What does an overwatered money tree look like?
Yellow and brown leaves are a sign of overwatering. While dry, crispy brown spots may indicate dehydration, brown spots with yellow halos are a clear sign of too much hydration. You many also notice brown leaf tips and edges. Discoloration may be due to overwatering.
Why has my money plant gone limp?
If the money plant leaves have become limp it could be a cold temperature drop rather than over-watering. The plant will now need treatment to save it, and check for root rot. Loss of variegation in money plant: It means plant needs a bit more light.
How do I know if my money tree is dying?
You can tell if the money tree is suffering from root rot if the leaves begin to wilt, discolor, or drop, if you notice a rotting smell from the soil, or if the base of the stem is soft and mushy. If one of your money tree stems is dead, don’t worry! You can still save the other stems before they decline, too.