Why is my plants leaves dripping water?
When indoor plant leaves develop droplets of water on their tips, it is probably just transpiration as water moves through the plant and evaporates from its leaves, stem, and flowers. Leaves dripping water is a natural occurrence, just like people sweating. If it is humid, water droplets collect on leaves.
Is guttation bad for plants?
Guttation is the appearance of little droplets of liquid on the leaves of plants. Some people notice it on their houseplants and expect the worst. Although unsettling the first time it happens, guttation in plants is completely natural and not harmful.
How do you tell if pothos is overwatered?
Most often yellowing occurs due to over or underwatering. If you see a combination of yellow and brown on the same leaf, it is likely due to overwatering. If you’re noticing yellow leaves, along with some brown crispy spots on additional leaves, then the cause could be underwatering.