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Although it is normal for a few leaves to fall off rubber tree plants during the seasonal change from summer to fall, excessive leaf loss indicates a problem. If your rubber tree plant seems to be losing lots of leaves for no apparent reason, you need to investigate and address potential issues with light, temperature, moisture, pests and fertilizer.

Sep 21, Rubber Tree Plant That Is Losing Leaves Although it is normal for a few leaves to fall off rubber tree plants during the seasonal change from summer to fall, excessive leaf loss indicates a problem. If your rubber tree plant seems to be losing lots of leaves for no apparent reason, you need to investigate and address potential issues with light, temperature, moisture, pests and fertilizer.

Drooping leaves result from a loss of turgor pressure (internal water pressure that pushes cells' plasma membrane against the cell walls and keeps the plant rigid). Since there are only a few reasons plants lose turgidity, the cause is pretty easy to figure out. Sep 26, Cut down the stems so there is at least one node above the surface. Water and move to the highest light you have and wait. It might take weeks but you will get new growth from the base and then you are good to go.

Cut back on the quantity of water while it does not have any leaves. Jan 13, Older leaves turning yellow is a sign of over-watering a rubber plant. The soil was totally dry initially, but the plant was feeling healthy. Planning ahead for the holiday break, I watered from above, too much at once.





The water intake wasn't homogeneous and the excess water didn't drain properly. Nov 22, Both overwatering and under-watering might cause lower leaves to drop.

Rubber tree fleshy leaves are akin to succulents that store water in their leaves, so too much water will cause leaves. Another reason your Rubber Plant may develop curling leaves is due to temperatures that are too cold. Rubber Plants are tropical broadleaf evergreens and when grown outdoors they only thrive in frost-free climates where extreme winter temperatures don’t occur.





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