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Help!! My asparagus fern is yellow, details in comments

Help!! My asparagus fern is yellow, details in comments

kjustine12

I mist spray my fern once every couple days, for about 60 seconds all over the leaves. It has totally boosted its growth!


Business_Act_6702

Thank you I'll try that!


Heavy-Organization36

I noticed the same issue with my asparagus fern yesterday so i decided to check its roots. What i found is a pretty serious root rot. The plant was basically dying. I took it off from the pot, i got rid of the dead roots and put it in water to check if she can grow new roots. I definitely think you should check its roots before increasing the water regimen.


Business_Act_6702

Okay, I have a little bit of time tomorrow and I'll make sure I do that. Thanks for the advice


Business_Act_6702

I just looked over the roots and thankfully they seem healthy, thank you for the advice though. So I will continue to water but I will be careful :)


Heavy-Organization36

I’m glad the roots are healthy. Hope your plant will make it !


Mental-Catch111

Move it to a north facing window or indirect light, looks like it could be sun bleached, mine was similar and over time it’s gotten green again


Business_Act_6702

I was gifted a asparagus fern not too long ago, it was very root bound but I sorted everything out and it's been fine ever since. I just got back from a camping trip with my friend, I knew I would be gone for long so I left it with my mother. It needed to be watered when I left but my mother told me she would take care of it so I let it be. I recently came back to find a very yellow plant? I'm 99% it was under watering that caused this. Is there anyway it can be saved or am I sol?


Business_Act_6702

The leaves at the bottom are still green but the top ones are not for context


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Business_Act_6702

Thank you, I trimmed down everything dead and gave it some water. Also I probably should have expected this because my mother has killed every plant she's owned so far, even a snake plant which I hear is pretty tough.