Is this plant saying "Too Much Light, please!!"???...
One of the plants I have had for a month+ (a sturdy, large Optimara NOID from Pikes with deep purple/blue blooms) has started to have a couple of leaves that show some yellow spots as if the green was peeled off. The plant is also keeping the leaves downwards instead of parallel to the table. Pictures attached.
I should note that what you see are not droopy, soft leaves altough they might look like that in the picture. The leaves do well and they are quite hard - it's just that they point downwards.
The plant has been sitting under a CFL spiral bulb of 26w (equivalent of a 100W incandescent) placed in a decorative lamp and kept about 8-12 inches above the plant. Sometimes, at midday the plants also gets lots of bright light from the sun too, as the table where I have the lamp sits against a Bay Window. This is only for a brief period of time though. I have had the CFL bulb on up to 14 hours in a row, sometimes even a bit more.
Based on the pics and the description of its environment...do you think the plant could be saying "you're giving me too much light"?