The Q&A Archives: Sparkler Lavender Spider Flowers

Question: My sparkler lavendar spider flowers are turning yellow near the bottom half of their stalk and leaves, what am I doing wrong?

Answer: Yellowing leaves at the bottom of the plant can indicate overwatering or simply be that the leaves are old and are being shed by the plant. Make sure you allow the soil to dry slightly between waterings. You can cut off the yellow leaves if you'd like. Best wishes with your plant!

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