Brugmansia or Angels Trumpet - Knowledgebase Question

Pittsburgh, PA
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Question by tstoehr
July 9, 1999
The leaves on one of my brugmansias are starting to turn yellow. What is wrong and what do I do about it? It is beginning to look sick.

Answer from NGA
July 9, 1999
There are several possible causes for this plant to yellow, but the most common would probably be a need for moister soil (frequently found in potted plants when they have outgrown their pots) closely followed by a need for nutrients. If your plant has grown a great deal this season, it may simply need a nutrient boost. There is also the possibility of an insect infestation, so take a very close look at it paying particular attention to the undersides of the leaves.

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