Yellow Leaves on Angel's Trumpet
I live in S. CA and I have a large Angel's trumpet that has new and newer leaves yellowing and falling off every other day. My usual watering pattern is also every other day. I've never seen the plant do this and it is 5-6 years old. Also, a neighbor has this plant and no yellowing leaves. Help!
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Yellowing leaves on angel's trumpet can be caused by quite a few things. Either over- or underwatering can cause yellowing leaves. If you've not changed your watering regimen, that may not be the case. Insect feeding could also cause yellowing. Examine the plant closely for aphids, whiteflies, or scale insects. Nutrient deficiency (especially nitrogen) can cause yellowing of leaves, too. However, nutrient deficiency usually comes on gradually, rather than suddenly. An abrupt change in environmental conditions can also cause leaf yellowing.

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