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Pests and Diseases If your Elephant Bush is suffering from.



Jun 06, A few leaves dropping off with this species and other Crassula family members often precedes new growth at the site. My Crassula ovata does this frequently and almost always leads to more branching and foliage development. If your photo is any indication of it's current health, I'd say you're doing OK with it, so far. markinwestmich, Jun 5, Dec 11, Dec 11, AM CST.

My elephant bush's are dropping leaves like stumpfalling.pw are sitting on a counter & every morning i have to clean up stumpfalling.pw's actually 2 different plant that are doing stumpfalling.pw only thing that has happened to them is a few months back this started after i got mealies in a small plant i spray the plant end of creepy stumpfalling.pw was a bunch of other plants around this.

Dec 17, Overwatering is the primary cause of failure in elephant bushes because it robs the plants of oxygen and invites fungal rot disease. The leaves of. Jul 06, Leaf drop occurs when the leaves of the elephant bush fall off of the stem suddenly. This happens because the roots at the bottom of the plant have developed funguses from being overwatered too many times.



During winter season, I mostly rely on rainwater and hold back on watering altogether because this is when we get a lot of rain in my area.



It can kill the plant quickly, so you must take action. First, repot the bush into brand new soil and remove any diseases root that you can see. 16 rowsPortulacaria afra ("Elephant Bush"), native to Africa, is known as"Spekboom" by the native. The most common reason for dropped leaves in Portulacaria Afra is watering issues. Underwatering and overwatering can both cause leaves to drop. During a drought or when underwatered, the plant will drop leaves to conserve its water storage.

It is a survival mechanism.





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