Hello. I'm new to this forum so sorry if I'm posting in the wrong place. Also, I don't know much about plants, it's the only one I got in the house and I take care of it as instructed by the shopkeeper who sold it to me. About 6 months ago I bought a yucca, full of green leaves. Now it has about 10 leaves, most of them yellow (or almost yellow) and dry. I water it once a week with about half liter of water, making sure I leave no water in the tray. I used to cut some of its dried leaves and spray the rest with water, to keep it clean, but it didn't seem to make much of a difference. I also keep it by the window, facing west, so I think there's enough sunlight. Initially I tought it had a problem with heat as it was really hot in the apartment in the winter, but now it's much drier than it was before. s there any way to save it? Should I try cutting off those yellow branches from which the leaves grow? I'll attach a few photos.