enter image description hereI bought my Yucca plant in February and it was fine. I believe I might have over watered it. Recently I saw the leaves turning yellow, I decided to re-pot it with cactus soil and one spray of plant food. I added a small amount of water to soil so it’s not completely dry. The plant really started to die after, a lot of it’s leaves started to dry out and I was left with very few. Then I noticed they all wilted none of them spiked up anymore, but they were still very green. I decided to re pot it again but cutting the trunk and getting rid of the rotten roots. When I cut the trunk the middle feels it has moisture. Is this Yucca plant worth saving? enter image description here

  • I also forgot to mention the branches at the top are very mushy and break easily and is not sturdy, but the trunk is still very firm? – Ingrid Chavez May 1 '20 at 16:20
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    Nice photos. You can edit your question to put the comment info there. And Welcome. – Polypipe Wrangler May 1 '20 at 21:42

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