What does an overwatered Arrowhead Plant look like?
If the soil doesn’t dry out and still feels wet 10 or more days after you’ve watered it then overwatering is the likely cause of your Arrowhead plant wilting. Generalized leaf yellowing, often starting with the bottom leaves first is a common cause.
How often should you water an Arrowhead Plant?
Plan on watering your arrowhead plant every 10-14 days. You’ll probably find that the soil will dry out faster in the warmer months and slower in the cooler ones. Once you determine it’s time to water, slowly add water to the top of the soil until it starts to run out the bottom of the pot.
Can a yellow leaf turn green again?
Generally when a houseplant leaf turns yellow, that leaf is dying. Chlorophyll gives a leaf its green color. When the leaf loses its chlorophyll, the plant abandons it and begins to absorb leftover nutrients from the leaf. That’s why once the leaf turns yellow, you generally can’t make it turn back green again.