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By PlantMom84
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Hello beautiful souls
I have a quick question for you. I have a peace lily that I suspect is overwatered. One of the leaves is brown and saggy. Could I be overwatering it? I hear they are drama queens. TIA

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By optique
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looks like a expiring leaf , pull it off and throw it away. I am not sure you can over water it. just don't let it go dry to often.
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By Anna Watts
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Yes, it's possible. Peace lilies prefer slightly moist soil, not soggy. Brown, saggy leaves can indicate overwatering. Adjust your watering routine to let the soil dry slightly between waterings
By 8spidersayear
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Joined:  Tue Jan 16, 2024 7:20 pm
#445192
I don't see anything wrong but if you are really worried you can slide the roots out of the pot, especially at that size.
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