Areca palm

One possible reason your areca palm leaves are turning yellow is a nutrient deficiency.

Why are My Areca Palm Leaves Turning Yellow? (Solved!)

If you’re wondering why your Areca palm leaves are turning yellow, you’re not alone. Many people who own Areca palms experience this problem at some point. There are a few possible reasons for why this happens, but the good news is that it’s usually not serious and can be easily fixed. In this article, we’ll go over the most common causes of yellowing Areca palm leaves and what you can do to solve the problem.

If you see brown or yellow leaves on your Areca Palm, it could be a sign of root rot.

Areca Palm from Root Rot (Sings, Causes and Treatment)

Areca palm is a popular houseplant, but it is susceptible to root rot, a condition caused by too much water. Symptoms of root rot include yellowing leaves, wilting, and eventually, death. Treatment for root rot is to remove the affected plant from the pot and replant it in fresh, well-draining potting mix. If the plant is too far gone, it will need to be disposed of.