Sego help please.
My daughter just gave her Sego to me so I can 'save' it. It has been turning yellow in her care. It was a beautiful dark green when she got it. I see no insects on it and other than the color, it seems in fairly good shape. I've never had a Sego before, so I only know what I have read online about it. From what I can gather, the most common cause of the yellowing can be from over watering or lack of minerals. My daughter has never fertilized it in the 3 years she has had it and the potting medium is very wet. I've had it over a week, still waiting for it to dry out some, but it is still quite wet. Since it is in some poor drainage soil, I think perhaps I should repot it into something better for the plant. Could I get some input on what's a good mix for this fella? I have read it should be good drainage, but that could mean several things. I just want to do what will give this plant a new, healthier start. Thanks!!