Fiddle leaf with pink veins?
I'm writing after painstakingly attempting to solve this problem but it seems no one else has posted about it that I've been able to find. I'm going to post a pretty detailed account of its care in hopes I can be as clear as possible.
My indoor fiddle leaf (seven feet tall, in an area with morning to afternoon bright filtered light) was received eight months ago from craigslist. I potted it (it was somehow still in it's plastic) and it was doing great with new shoots from main trunk and established stems.
In August I brought it from Boston to Minnesota and assumed that it's stagnant growth was dormancy or shock but in the last two months, it has developed brown tips and spots on the interior of top canopy leaves.
I have been extremely careful as to not over water, letting the soil dry almost completely between watering. I have not seen any signs of insects save a few fungus gnats in August. It also may be important to note that I do not mist the leaves. I did, however, notice a new leaf in August that sprouted slightly wrinkled and with a pink margin. This, however, disappeared after the leaf grew.
Last weekend I leached the soil in fear of soluble salt accumulation.
Today I noticed the presence of pink/magenta coloring on the veins of the lower, newest leaves (which developed last July). They are especially visible from the lower side of the leaves.
I am at a complete loss as to what this could be and if it is related to the larger leaves' browning tips.
Thank you all in advance!