- Fri Jan 14, 2022 11:03 am
Well, a few things.
First: That leaf is just at the end of its lifespan, and it looks like you may have another starting as well. That looks normal as the plant regains nutrients from an old leaf.
Second: If you're in the Northern Hemisphere, the plant is well on it's way to dormancy, or already dormant. The leaves won't close, or will close very slowly, while it's sleeping.
Last: That plant looks pretty light starved. After it wakes up in the Spring, and once the temps stay above freezing, put it outside in a spot that gets direct morning sunlight, at least four to six hours, and it will be fine.
Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is that I make bad decisions.