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Rubber plant dying!

Comment from Tai

I can't seem to save my rubber plant for some reason! Would really appreciate all the help I can get please :)

I bought a rubber plant last year and it has been okay ever since I moved it from the hallway (little light) to the living room (brighter). I've been having a constant problem with yellow leaves which is apparently due to over watering so I left it for 2-weeks but the yellow leaves were still coming! I also experience brown/dried leaves (they are still there now!) I am not sure with the reason why this is happening. The main thing I am concerned with is one of the stems.

This single stem has lost all its leaves and the stalk started off floppy and was drooping a few months ago. I read online it was because of over watering but the other 2 stems were absolutely fine! I tried not watering it for 2-3weeks and no improvement. It just appeared to be this problematic stem :( I am unsure what happened since right now, the other two stems seem okay but this single stem is dying.

Please may someone shed light onto this problem!

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  • Posted: Mon. 25th January 2021 13:24

Need help identifying these 3 houseplants please!!

Question from Mama Dee

Hi here are 3 different plants (2 are on the second image). would really appreciate it if anyone could help me identify them! I’m a bit new to the gardening world!

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  • Posted: Sun. 20th December 2020 19:51

Unhealthy mandevilla

Question from Jane

Any ideas what is wrong with my mandevilla?

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  • Posted: Sun. 8th December 2019 22:20

Beheading echeveria

Question from Yasmin

My echeveria had become stretched over the winter so I chopped it's head off. The head is doing well now in it's own little pot. What will happen now to the bottom of the plant? Will it sprout anything from the top? It is in good condition (except that it had stretched).

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  • Posted: Fri. 22nd March 2019 12:42

name of houseplant?

Question from STELLA EMBLISS

Does anyone know what this is? If a Bromeliad, what type? Thanks.

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  • Posted: Sat. 23rd February 2019 16:17
  • Last reply: Sun. 24th February 2019 09:54

What is this house plant?

Photo from Caitlin Hook

I bought this plant as a gift for someone and don't know what it is or how to look after it :)

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  • Posted: Tue. 26th December 2017 12:19
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Something is eating away at these two plants

Photo from Jackee Holder

I purchased these two plants for my office and within days all these tiny holes started appearing on the leaves. I didn't want the pest to spread to other plants so I placed the two plants onto my balcony. But now it is getting cold I need to bring them back into the office. Do you have any suggestions for how to treat and take care of both plants?

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  • Posted: Mon. 27th November 2017 14:38
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Can anyone recognise this plant?

Question from Jeremy Dent

Grateful for any help. It was a gift and is growing in moss but has doubled in size. Could it be transplanted to a pot and compost?

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  • Posted: Sat. 1st April 2017 08:27
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Can anyone tell me what plant this is?

Question from Val

It's a hanging houseplant, green leaves with red, it flowers in October with pitcher like green flowers, and has long thin seed pods in April, which burst open with fluffy seeds. Would be great if someone can tell me what it is. Thanks in advance, Val

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  • Posted: Thu. 3rd November 2016 19:03
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Can anyone idenify this house plant please?

Photo from Mary Kendrick

My friend recently acquired this house plant and would love to know what it is called?

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  • Posted: Wed. 5th October 2016 02:40
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