Hello, the plants in the pictures that I uploaded are roughly 3 years old. I only started really showing interest in trying to make them thrive of late. I'm a complete newbie when it comes to plants. I'm actually a lot better at killing them. I've managed to kill a snake plant, dumb cane, and couple other species that I never had the slightest idea what they were.
I noticed with my dumb cane it appears to have a lot less foliage then other dieffenbachia that I've seen in online pictures. Is it the type of species!? Also, the leaves typically are in good condition, except they seem a little more droopy of late. But no conditions have changed. The plant is about 8 feet from a window where it receives indirect light. My only concern is that there is a door nearby. It's rarely used, but it could receive a very cold draft. Also, will this plant need to be trimmed in the near future?
I recently re-potted my peace lily because I had it in a much larger pot than required. I downsized to a 10" pot and have it in some well draining soil now. I also moved it away from the dumb cane and the door. I wonder if the cold might of caused all the brown tips on it. I also just started misting both of the mentioned plants, so hopefully that will help. Regarding the brown tips, am I best to cut the leaves off, or will they be okay? I'm not 100% set on it's new location because it's far from a window, but should receive some light.
Lastly, my rubber plant. It doesn't look anything like it once did. It use to be full. It nearly died awhile back, lost all of it's lower leaves. It's thriving of late, but it's very awkward looking. Any suggestions?