Plant Care Tip #32: Cut it Off

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The latest in plant care tips for keeping your foliage happy and healthy, brought to you by premium plant delivery service Léon & George.

That yellowing, browning, ripped, soggy, crispy, etc. leaf is not turning back to green.

Plants are living, breathing beings and imperfections are natural. 

If it bothers you, you can safely cut the leaf off or trim the edges. Don't remove more than 25% of the leaves at a time. 

Take a step back and look at the plant from a distance. If the leaf contributes nicely to the overall shape, leave it on. 


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BIRD OF PARADISE

With long elegant leaves rising up from the bottom, the Bird of Paradise is a popular indoor plant for creating that instant jungle atmosphere. An ideal starter plant that’s easy to care for and simple to love.

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