Answer: If you're providing all of the required environmental conditions, your plant may be suffering from a fungal disease. The best course of action would be to take an affected flowering stem to your local Cooperative Extension office for a positive identification of the problem and treatment recommendations. (Phone 281-534-3413) Just for future reference, night temperatures above 65 degrees can cause drop of buds already formed. So, even if you're doing everything right, the weather may not be helping at all! Good luck with your gardenia!
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