Hi Stan, that's what I am trying first is to increase water supply and humidity to see if it make a difference. It is planted above my native clay soil in a mix of bark, peat moss, perilite and good soil. The interesting thing is that the friend who I got it from lives inland with much less humidity and water and his plants, even the neglected ones do fine. He had one in a pot where it was neglected without water and the leaves looked fine. He has also had some in his nursery in riverside freeze all the leaves off and come back the next year looking great. Mine should love the location it's in compared to those. I'm thinking of creating a water feature in that location to keep the humidity up. Thanks for all the input.