I tried adding images, but it would not let me. Basically it’s been a big beautiful plant for multiple years dark green in color and very healthy. Over the last year I have started losing stems and leaves one by one day typically will turn yellow and start losing their color and then they die. I haven’t changed anything really in my care. It’s in the same spot and it hasn’t been repotted . When I try to look up what it means it all says it’s related to watering issue like overwatering, but I really don’t think I’m doing that because I only water it about every 10 days and when they soil is really dry. It’s always done well and I really don’t want to lose it but I don’t know what else to do..

I also have a separate question about a new rubber plant that I added to my home. It’s healthy and dark but the leaves are falling off. I know that losing some leaves as a plant adjust is common but this particular plant seems to be losing a lot. I watered about once a week and check the salt and make sure it’s dry before I water it. It is a medium light. I’m not sure what I need to do about this either. Please advise.

Peter Bowden Answered question September 19, 2023

I’d suggest giving Jess, our resident houseplant Guru a call.  She’s the manager of our Glens Falls location (518) 792-3638

Peter Bowden Answered question September 19, 2023
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