edd54 Posted April 3, 2019 Report Share Posted April 3, 2019 (edited) I'm a novice palm owner and my Kentia, who's only been with me six weeks, is looking really unwell. I'd really appreciate your advice... Essentially he looked great when he arrived from the garden centre. I thought I was careful not to over-water. Over the first couple of weeks, he slowly started to slump, with the different stems collapsing at different angles. I staked him as a result. At the same time, black spots began to appear on the leaves. Some leaves died entirely, and I cut them back. The black spots keep appearing though. They seem to appear within the fronds rather than at the tips. He's indoors next to a window which gets reasonably direct light in the afternoon. It's a sixth floor flat which can get a little chilly, but is warming up in April. He looks to me like he's dying, although there are a few fresher green fronds coming at the bottom. Could you help? I'm really sad about it! Edited April 3, 2019 by edd54 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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