I should have posted earlier but I thought I could handle it. I think now it is too late. I have 3 Dracaenas. Two of them by the window started growing very pale leaves. I didnâ€™t know what to do since pale leaves indicate they need more light. I canâ€™t give them more light. They are by the window for the last 6 years and were doing just fine until now. Then the tips started drying considerably, and I guess that means they needed more water but I did not change my water routine. Then, the one of them started dropping healthy leaves, which indicates over watering but still I havenâ€™t changed my watering routine for the last 6 years and the soil is not soaked or super moist. And now 3 days ago the bark at the very top (you know where the new leaves grow from) started getting soft and shrivel causing healthy leaves to drop ofcourse. I have seen these symptoms before in my elephant bush 2 years ago. I posted pictures and asked for help here as well back then. People gave me all sorts of good advice. I did my best to save the plant, (including repotting and checking for root rot which it didnâ€™t have) but no matter â€¦ it died. I took cuttings to try and save some babies but the same thing happened to them before they had time to root. Now this Dracaena seems pretty gone as well. I donâ€™t think there is hope for it but I still donâ€™t like to give up on it just yet. If I cut off the tops will it grow new leaves again? If yes how should I cut it and how much? And do you think it is some kind of disease? In that case I would like to at least prevent the same thing happening to the other one who seems to be doing ok. It still looks sad and many leaves are yellow and it still grows very pale leaves but it is not dying like the other one, this oneâ€™s bark seems fine. Any suggestions? Please?! Here I uploaded 6 pictures of the very sick Dracaena and 3 picture of the other one who seems ok but still grows pale leaves.