The Q&A Archives: Avacado plant

Question: I have two avacado plants in one pot that is approx 3ft high. I think it is time to plant them in the ground but I am not quite sure. The leaves are starting to get brown and I believe it is because they are being stifled. What do I do first?

Answer: Browning leaves can indicate too much water but there may be other reasons. If you think your trees are overcrowded you can replant them into larger containers or you can plant them outdoors. Just leave the browning leaves alone. They will fall off the trees in their own time. Good luck with your trees!

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