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  • I have had problems with all my plants as far as leaves turning yellow. while at work one day a friend of mine give me a piece of her rubber tree plant wasnt very big but it is now! she give me this secret to try that i thought was really crazy at first but i seen her results on some of her flowers it was amazing ! So i will pass it on to everyone else.Take alittle of your coffee grounds and put in the soil. Every other week are so mix coffee to water in a cup are mix it in a big container you use to water all your plants.Dont mix half and half in cup are container just enough so that the coffee is diluted. After the first maybe three are so times you do this ,skip over to only maybe once a month with coffee and water diluted .It should prove amazing results i promise!This can also be done with tea bags and diluted tea and water. But i use the coffee and water mix and my flowers love this stuff! Try if you want on maybe a small flower and see what it does if you like. But i know from doing this it will make your flowers stand up for you and new leaves form. Wish everyone who trys this luck. Ive had great luck with mine .Let me know if you try this and how it work for you. Best wishs,little_district_girl
  • In the home, plant diseases are very rarely a problem. Too much or too little water plus insects and mites are the main problems. Root rot usually results from a soil mix that does not drain quickly or overly frequent watering. Leaf yellowing may occur if the soil stays too wet. Too little light, dry air or cold drafts may cause leaf loss. Mealybugs may infest rubber plants. The sticky white sap may irritate skin or the stomach if eaten. Keep these plants away from any pets or young children that tend to eat plants.

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