If you notice your Dieffenbachia's leaves turning yellow and wilting, it is likely a sign of root rot.

Dieffenbachia Root Rot (Signs and Step by Step Solutions)

If you’re a plant parent, you know that root rot is the kiss of death for your beloved green friend. But what is root rot, exactly? Root rot is a fungal disease that attacks the roots of your plant, causing them to rot. Dieffenbachia, also known as dumb cane, is especially susceptible to root rot. In this article, we’ll discuss the signs of Dieffenbachia root rot and give you some step-by-step solutions for saving your plant.

One possible reason your Dieffenbachia is falling over is that it is not getting enough light.

Why is My Dieffenbachia Falling Over? (Causes and Solutions)

If your Dieffenbachia is falling over, it’s likely due to one of several reasons. The most common cause is that the plant is top-heavy and needs to be staked. Other causes can include root rot, insufficient light, or too much water. Luckily, there are solutions for all of these problems. Read on to learn more about why your Dieffenbachia is falling over and what you can do to fix it.