General Question

Jude's avatar

On my Kalanchoe, some of the leaves are dried, crispy and yellow. Any idea as to what I'm doing wrong?

Asked by Jude (32134points) July 2nd, 2009
Observing members: 0 Composing members: 0

10 Answers

evelyns_pet_zebra's avatar

your best bet is to Google the plant you have and see what other gardeners say about it. Personally, I am not familiar with that particular plant.

sandystrachan's avatar

Sounds to me as tho its dead or dying .
Can you trim the dead leaves off to try and promote re growth?
Could be a mixture of things maybe a tad more information on your soil, feeding/watering habits .

I do not know this plant

Jude's avatar

Here’s a picture of it. I needs a lot of sun, and I’m thinking that maybe it’s not getting enough? I’m going to move it closer to a window and see what happens. The soil is not dry, so, it’s not like it’s lacking in moisture.

sandystrachan's avatar

Could it not be the window that is making the problem ?

Jude's avatar

@sandystrachan Could be, I don’t know. Not sure what the problem is. Kalanchoe’s can tolerate a lot of sun. I have few other plants beside it that are healthier than the Kalanchoe and require less sunlight. So, I can’t see too much sunlight being a reason for the problem.

sandystrachan's avatar

This site mention fungus, but also mentions the yellowing dried leaves you do . They say too much water can make the leaves go yellow . I didn’t read it all tho .

gailcalled's avatar

Plants need the proper amount and kind of food, water, soil and light. Google can find specific info. I would repot after pruning severely and double check the requirement.

Here ya go.

Jude's avatar

@gailcalled You always come through when it comes to flora. Thanks!

Answer this question




to answer.

This question is in the General Section. Responses must be helpful and on-topic.

Your answer will be saved while you login or join.

Have a question? Ask Fluther!

What do you know more about?
Knowledge Networking @ Fluther