This is a healthy Bamboo Palm plant, another typical Office Plant, growing right on the beach. Its got a couple of brown fronds on the bottom, and a couple of its leaves on the fronds are split.
It’s just a perfectly normal part of the plant’s life cycle. You could clean it up, remove those brown leaves, and in less than a week there would likely be a couple more at the bottom as the plant grows new tissue to replace old.
These are some of the common concerns people sometimes raise with us when they see a yellow leaf or two, or a browning tip, on their plants.
Humans are the same way–the shedding of hair, skin, and growth of fingernails…These are part of a living organism’s life cycle, and can’t be inhibited or helped.
It’s always good to remember that there is no such thing as a “Perfect Plant”. Your plants will occasionally get yellow leaves, brown tips, and other slight imperfections. It’s a normal part of their growth cycle. As mentioned before, we’ll take care of them on our next visit. But don’t be mislead into thinking that a yellow leaf or two means the plants are either dying, too dry, or suffering from any other lack of care.
It’s perfectly normal, and unless the problem is widespread, not to worry, your plants can handle it!