I should start with the fact that I know next to nothing about plants and plant care, but I'm keen to learn and keep my plants alive!
I have two indoor palm type plants, one has been doing absolutely fine and is twice the size as when I bought it, the other though has just been slowly dieing over the time I've had it, which is probably about a year.
Here's a pic of when I got it:
And here's a sorry looking pic of it now:
I don't really know what's wrong or how to save it?
The care instructions said it doesn't like direct sunlight, so I keep it further in the room away from the window. I water it when the soil gets dry. It was a bit waterlogged at one point and I fixed that but not sure if that's what caused this. There was a lot of dead leaves so I removed them hence why its now much smaller. I've just noticed its a bit dry so will give it some water.
Hoping I can save what's left and bring it back to its former glory?
Edit: managed to find the store I bought it from to get the id, it's a "Chamaedorea" The Little Botanical