It's normal for money plant leaves  to turn brown in extreme heat.

Yes, it is very normal if your money plant leaves have turned brown due to extreme heat.  Do not worry about this.

Here are some tips to protect your plant from extreme heat:

1. Move to a Cooler Location

Immediately relocate the money plant to a spot where it receives indirect sunlight or partial shade.

2. Maintain Moisture

Ensure the soil remains moist but not waterlogged.

Water the plant regularly to maintain adequate moisture levels.

3. Trim Damaged Leaves:

Trim any severely burnt or crispy leaves using clean, sharp scissors or pruning shears.

This will not only improve the plant’s appearance but also redirect its energy to healthy growth.

4. Provide Shade:

Ensure your money plant is in a semi-shaded area to protect it from direct sunlight, especially during temperatures ranging from 41 to 47 degrees Celsius.

5. Mist the Leaves

Spray the leaves with water in the early morning or late evening to cool them down and increase humidity around the plant.

6. Wet Moss Stick

Keep the moss stick wet to maintain humidity levels and support the plant's health.

7. Avoid Cutting

Cutting the plant during stress may lead to further damage or death of the affected parts.

8. Add Compost

Enhance soil health by adding compost after loosening it. This promotes moisture retention in the soil.

Ideal Season for Money plant

The monsoon season is ideal for the money plant. Your money plant will naturally recover and begin to thrive.

By following these guidelines, you can help your money plant recover from heat stress and thrive in a more suitable environment.

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