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Avocado cutting's (and plant) stem is turning black/brown

That does not look good. For cuttings, you want to keep the soil wet all the time as their is very little root system, so the plant needs as much water as it can get. You would also normally leave a ...
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Jasmine losing leaves

It could be a sign of various issues such as improper watering, insufficient light, pests, diseases, or environmental stress. Check the sign of watering because over-watering or under-watering can ...
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2 votes

Marigold flower partially wilting and leaves are curling

It needs more root space. Try that first, as for the flower itself, they do that during blooming season. You pull the flower off and harvest the seeds. It will help the plant continue to put out new ...
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Can I do anything for my squash vine that lost its leaves?

I would do nothing now. Eventually you can build a temporary green house if weather will remain cold, so put around a plastic sheet or a tissue around the plant, and maybe protect the soil with more ...
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1 vote

Desert Rose Help

Stop watering them. As the name suggests they are "Desert" roses. Water is scarce in deserts. Adenium needs more sunshine. Report it mud and sand combo and water them once over 2 or 3 weeks. ...
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Help my Cat Palm

A cat palm begins to shed its leaves when it's either being over or under watered. Over-watering often leads to yellow leaves and a soggy, dense soil feel. While, under-watering results in dry, crispy ...
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Help my Cat Palm

It's hard to tell from the picture but the usual issues are: not enough light too much water maybe the grower did not acclimate the plant to lower light conditions before shipping it. This is what ...
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Can I rescue my nerve plant?

Change Soil The plant appears to be suffering from spent soil. You have nothing to lose from moving the entire plant gently into fresh soil. Decry those Pebbles Pebbles? They are supposed to maintain ...
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Marigold flower partially wilting and leaves are curling

It sounds to me like the plant is stressed out and overwatered. When the plant is stressed, it invites pests. You will want to treat the soil, spray the plant leaves, and look underneath the leaves ...
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