The leafs were burned as i accidentally left the plant outside too long.
I cut the burn leaves but brown leafs started to grow nonetheless.
What can i do to revive this plant?
Thank you for sharing your question about your plant's health.
Several factors may contribute to the decline of your plant's health.
I am an eternal optimist and I believe that your plant can be saved. Remove the brown leaves as they no longer contribute anything to your plant. Try the techniques I've recommended and see if any changes occur. Please keep us updated, we look forward to seeing your plant healthy and recovered.
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Over exposure to direct sun will cause burning like that on your plant, so it is important to keep it either shaded outside or in an indoor spot where it doesn't get direct sun through glass. The appearance of more brown leaves after you had trimmed off the first affected may indicate the new leaves were also burned as they developed and before they unfurled.
It looks like there is a nice healthy growth coming from lower down on the stem. I'd suggest cutting off the damaged stem entirely just above where the healthy growth is. The plant may look a bit stunted for a while but it will grow taller over time.
@EricL's advice regarding looking after your plant is also very helpful for keeping the healthy part of the plant growing well into the future.
Thank you for the advises. I attached the updated photos of this plant. I must tell you that this plant has been re-potted and I think the process of re-potting and being left in the sun too long cause the deterioration. The soil has got cow manure in it after repotting hoping it will fertilises it. Prior repotting, it was submerged in water in the root and this was the cause the plant being placed out side in the sun. Overall, the plant has undergo a lot of stress.
Now the growth is also emerging brown. I feel this plant has no chance of coming back alive. I am so ready to get a new one from Bunnings and I have learned to not leaves the root wet from now on.
I am sorry to hear that the brown leaves on the plant are upsetting you. It is natural for the plant to remove its damaged parts by growing them out. You must give it time to recover, it will not happen overnight. I suggest placing the plant in another area of the house where there is still sunlight. Think of it as putting the plant in a recovery area where it can repair itself and get healthy again. Please keep us updated, we look forward to seeing your plant healthy again.
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