Why Are My Gardenia Leaves Turning Brown?


Gardenia leaves may turn brown for a number of reasons. It may be from too much sun or over watering. Under watering or fertilization methods can also cause the leaves to brown.
Q&A Related to "Why Are My Gardenia Leaves Turning Brown?"
Temperatures and Age. It's common - and normal - for gardenia leaves to turn yellow when temperatures turn. In particular, this happens when warm days are followed by cool nights
Inconsistent water and fertilizer. Usually too much then too little.repeat . How do the flowers look? If they are white and clean then it is just inconsistent watering. If they are
low iron, overwatering, no acidity in soil and common pests.
Brown leaves on a gardenia plant is indicative of a fungus. Oftentimes, the
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