|I saw my azalea today and saw several of these leaves, they are falling, some are just there, what does this mean? A lack of something?
Thanks in advance!
|It appears that the leaves in question are the older leaves and they are being naturally dropped by the plant. Broadleaf evergreens do retain their leaves year around, but eventually (usually in 2-3 years), the oldest leaves are shed and new ones develop. This is perfectly natural and normal. I don't think there's anything to worry about. The new growth looks healthy. Best wishes with your plants.|