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I have an indoor plant and I'm not sure what it is but he is starting to dry out

He used to look real nice and I haven't changed anything, he keeps getting the same amount of water. How can I bring him back to life?

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Are you positive it's a he? It could be a she and be drinking for two. I would see a botanist about it just to be sure. Over-watering can also kill them so make sure the soil is getting dry before adding more water.

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