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Posted 1w ago by @FulfilledPawpaw

My Jasmine is dying, I will appreciate any advice to get it back to life πŸ™πŸΌ
#Gardenia #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #PlantAddict #PlantTherapy #BeforeAndAfter
1ft to light, direct
10” pot with drainage
Last watered 3 days ago
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Typically overwatering is the problem with gardenias. Older leaves drop even though the soil appears moist. If overwatered it could lead to root rot. Here’s some info I found on what to do if you suspect overwatering. For some reason it won’t let me copy the link so here are screenshots πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ πŸ˜†.
Good luck πŸ€
Water consistently but not a whole lot so you don’t overwater it
@FulfilledPawpaw great advice here.
@MariansOasis I really thank you so much Marian for screenshots , the soil looks dry on the top, but the roots was rotten πŸ™„ I changed the soil and will see what will happen. Thanks a lot πŸ’
@FulfilledPawpaw oh I’m so glad πŸ™‚. Good luck and let me know how things turn out. Gardenias can be very determined to live. I abused one (forgot it was there under some BOP) for a while outside. It bounced back so I hope yours will too!
@MariansOasis think you Marian, sure I will update you in a few days 😍

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