Citronella Grass dying


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Hello! My Citronella grass is dying. It was well and alive the first two weeks I had it. It has three thick stems. Its leaves grew around 3-4 inches but then I put it in a shelf and its leaves got bended. I then cut the bended leaves with a pair of scissors. I also peeled the stems off making it thin. That's when it started to get bad. It was not growing and two weeks have passed. I water it and put it in a sunny place. Now it's turning brown. The part where I cut are turning brown. What should I do? Is there hope? Please help me :(
 
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Sounds like they may have been overwatered, they like dryer soil. Let the soil dry well before watering again and if there is no root rot, it should recover. Lots of light they like about 6 or 8 hours of sunlight.
 

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