Rubber Plant Leaves Are Turning Yellow?

Answer Rubber plants (Ficus Elastica) are native to Southeast Asia, but grown as houseplants around the world in any climate. The evergreen plant has leathery, dark green leaves that appear to have a glos... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Rubber Plant Leaves Are Turning Yellow

My vegetable plant leaves are turning yellow. Why?

Either Transplant Shock or over-watering. You need to buy some Get Start. That is a Transplant Shock Preventer.

Why Does My Rubber Plant Have Yellow Leaves on It?

Rubber plant (Ficus elastica) is a low-maintenance houseplant that actually reaches the size of a small tree, even indoors. According to the Clemson Cooperative Extension, the most common cause of ... Read More »

What can be done for a house plant when the leaves are turning yellow?

remove the yellowed leaves. make sure you are not overwatering. before watering, check soil with finger. if top 2 cm are dry, then water. plants need less water in the winter months as they are mor... Read More »

My tomato plant leaves are turning yellow and curling up. Whats wrong?

Yellowing leaves on tomato plants can indicate many things. Here's the list to run through: 1) Plants are too dry. 2) Plants are too wet. 3) Foliar leaf damage from a bacteria or virus, especially ... Read More »