REVEALS ITS GENEROSITY
Duda is versatile. Filtered or indirect light is ideal for being happy and maintaining the color of its leaves, but it also stands darker locations.
Duda, with its fleshy trunk, prefers to go thirsty than to be soaked. Allow the soil surface in the pot to dry well before re-watering. Too much moisture around the trunk can cause it to rot and never leave water accumulated in the bottom of the decorative vessel in contact with Duda roots, it is half way to kill it. It is preferable to let it pass some thirst than to risk the excess water.
Do not forget to reduce watering during fall-winter.
IT’S NOT A DEFECT IT’S A FEATURE
Pale leaves and small fragile new leaves may be a sign of lack of light. Bring it closer to the window. Brown spots on the leaves may indicate that it is getting too direct light on its leaves, then move it away from the window.