Yesterday today and forever plants
I have two yesterday to-day and forever plants - one is
a small bush - about 4 ft. in height and flowers well - I have had this for about 15 years. I purchased another plant which I was told was a dwarf but this has grown to about 10 ft in height and has hardly ever flowered - a few small flowers only here and there on the plant. This one has developed white spots on the leaves - what should I do ? As it is now such a large bush - can I trim it back and then treat the remaining leaves of this plant and what would I treat the leave with to remove the spotting ?
I would appreciate your advice.
My first bit of advise is to do what you were planning on doing, cut the tree back then treat the diseased leafs with a homemade spray by first putting water into a spray bottle, add a tablespoon of baking soda, and a teaspoon of vegetable oil this may do the trick, depending on exactly what is causing the problem.
Also for the plant not blooming very much I recommend the Maricle-Gro shake and feed for boosting the flowering growth for this remarkable plant! I use it on all of mine and I have never been disappointed.
Have a wonderful week
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