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Leaves of Sun Power

I have an H. Sun Power that was purchased in June.  It had one row of leaves
which were about 7'" to 8" long and those leaves were all it had until after
it flowered.  Then the plant started puting out new leaves, and at the same
time the original leaves appeared as though they were burning out badly from
the tips inward  - now most of the original leaves are mostly brown or gone.
It looks as though they have been receiving too much sun, but the plant was
getting more sun earlier in the summer so I do not think that is the problem..
I water religously, never letting the beds get too dry..

Is this just a case of the leaves reaching the end of their life span or does
someone have any other  ideas.  The plant does not appear to be doing too
badly since the new leaves look fine.

Your help or ideas will be appreciated.

Thanks - Ronnie
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