Corn Plant Trouble. Again.
I know corn plants are supposed to be easy. And I am generally pretty good with plants. But I have the same problem with them time and time again. They start out looking nice, but over time, the leaves become paper thin and withered. The plant just looks anemic. I've even had them flower, but yet they still maintain this very withered look.
So last summer I bought a huge one, determined to get it right this time. It looked fantastic for many months, but just in the past month has begun to show the old signs I am so familiar with. The leaves are no longer thick and springy. Some are turning yellow and brown. I am worried and upset.
Here is some more info on the plant's care. It is by a north/northeast facing window in a room that gets plenty of sunlight. I have it potted in a very high quality soil that drains very well. I use a wooden dowel to check the moisture, and water when the plant is just starting to dry (I don't let it dry out completely).
Please help. I don't want to lose this plant. I want to restore it to its original vigor and good health.