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Watering mistakes are the most common reason for houseplant troubles. It’s easy to get over-enthusiastic when caring for your plants, protecting them from drought, and giving them the best care possible. But over-watering or watering too frequently can lead to issues like nutritional imbalances, oxygen deprivation, and rot. Only a few houseplants can handle too …

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You may wonder, “Which one should I start with?” because there are so many different types and sizes of houseplants. Depending on where you want to put them, there may not be much room, so it’s best to choose the right size. Selecting a plant that is comfortable for the plant and us is preferable. …

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It is common to grow rubber plant leaves because of their lush green color. It will be heartbreaking to see the rubber plant leaves crack. The good news is that it isn’t impossible to avoid. Let’s take a closer look at the issue and its possible solutions. Overwatering and overfeeding can cause rubber plant leaves …

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When your rubber plant has severe root rot, it’s almost impossible to save it. Owners are terrified by the prospect of losing their rubber plants to this fatal disease. So I did extensive research into the best ways to protect and save them. Rot in rubber plants can be caused by overwatering or fungal infection. …

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Although easy to grow, rubber plants can be nit-picky about their watering requirements. They’ll likely shed leaves if you keep the soil mix either too wet or too dry. If you’ve decided to add a Ficus elastica to your houseplant collection, it’s crucial to ensure you’re irrigating it properly. Rubber plants prefer soil to remain …

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You are reading this article because have a rubber plant whose leaves are drooping and you want to revive it. Whatever your reason, you have come to the right place. Your rubber plant’s leaves will be drooping because it is not in conditions suitable for it. Rubber plants are at home in tropical forests and …

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Like many top-end indoor plants, the rubber plants do a great job at pulling the room together. Especially with the fact it’s a rainforest variant that has eye-catching oval shiny plum leaves along with an overall sleek build. But without enough water, the rubber plant’s style depletes. As it’s drying leaves, and a wobbly trunk …

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The rubber plant (Ficus elastica) has been a favorite classic garden plant and houseplant way back from the Victorian era. Nothing disrupts the lush, vibrant, glossy green look of your rubber plant, quite like the presence of unsightly brown spots.  No matter how you rationalize it, ‘brown’ is not the ‘new green.’ Thankfully, I am …

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Are your rubber plant leaves turning brown and falling off? Are your rubber plant leaves turning brown on the edges? It has never happened before and you are not sure what’s causing it! If you want to learn then read on!  Rubber Plant Leaves are turning brown because of diseases, sunburn, lack of light, temperature …

Read More about Rubber Plant Leaves Turning Brown (Causes and Treatment)

With their tall stems and large, deep green leaves, rubber plants can be a striking addition to any home. Rubber plants are generally easy to grow, but just like other plants, they are not invincible! One of the most common issues in rubber plants is the appearance of white spots on their leaves. It is …

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