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Question: I have 2 daisy trees I got at home depot. They were beautiful when I got them. I planted them in wooden planters and they get full sun. Now many of the leaves are turning brown. What could be wrong?

Answer: Browning leaves can indicate sunscald or the results of overwatering. If the plants were in full sunshine when you purchased them, we can eliminate the sunscald. Over watering or soil that does not drain well can actually suffocte the roots, which can show up as browning leaves. Aside from these two possibilities, I can't think of anything else that might cause leaf browning. Hope this helps.

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