Why Are My Gardenia Buds Falling off before They Bloom?

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Falling of the buds could be cause by a variety of reasons, the most common being change in location. Gardenias do not like to be disturbed. They are extremely sensitive to being moved or even touched. Insufficient watering could also be another cause.
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If it is idoors the atmosphere is too dry' If outdoors the roots are dry. The first thing a plant under stress will do is cast its buds.
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Contact your county extention office. They will help you. I personally think it may be due to over watering.
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Hi Vickie, Thanx for your question. You keep your azaleas in pots and keep them indoors during the winter? Azaleas do require some dormancy, even in the Deep South. Southern azaleas
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Probably too much heat and not enough water. Most gardenias (except radicans) require some shade. Preferably afternoon shade when it is very hot out. Water the ground beneath the
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