Is it possible to save my dying kentia palm
About 6 months ago, my once tall green and healthy 2 year old Kentia Palm which has always remanded in the same in the same place in my living room started to look have some browning on the tips of the leaves. I figured it was overwatering. After pulling back the frequent watering, and trimming only the brown tips (at an angle) I then began to see that the smaller fronds from the root ball the top became dry and shriveled up. No bugs present. I had even repotted the soil. Now my 8 foot tall, looks to be all but dead. Of the 3 bulbs that make the Kentia, only 2 have one green frond. What should I do? Trim all the dead fronds back? Or throw my by poor tree away?
Any advise would be greatly appreciated!