My Norfolk Pine has been healthy for 4 years. I rescued it when it was small and it has flourised and is 2 feet tall. Recently, I moved it out to the balcony when it turned warmer. I've done this for the past three years and it the growth spurt during this time is dramatic. However, this year the leaves at the top of the plant are turning yellow.
I live in North Carolina and the temparatures have been unseasonably cool. One night the temp got down to 40 degrees and I didn't know it was going to be that cool and left the plant outside. It is May and the temp is not ususally that cool at night this time of year. Also, my daughter watered the plants for me one day. I thing she may have watered it too much. This weekend I brought it in because the weather dropped to 40 again. When I brought it in the water tray at the bottom was full of water. It has probably been like that or mor than a week.
Please help me save this plant. It was my best friend's plant and she passed suddenly 4 years ago. Her son gave me the plant so that I could "help it" because it was for lack of a better word pitiful. It is so beautiful and it will make me sick if I lose.