My gardenia plant has a white, powdery substance around the buds, which are not blooming and subsequently dropping off. Leaves are green and shiny and new leaves are appearing. Some leaves have holes in them. What to do?
is gardenia plants survive even without roots? i planted 1 gardenia in my garden but i just cut it in the garden of neighbor?what will i do to make it alive. pls. help me co’z i really love gardenia plants.thank you.
I have two established gardenia bushes on the south side of my house and they have been doing well for eight years. Tonight the temperature is supposed to drop to 20. Do I need to cover or mulch them?
I have two Gardenia potted plants in a screened in area in Florida. I believe it is infested with mealy bugs – little white, straight masses of them on the leaves. What is a good remedy?
Can you prune a gardenia now, and can you cut the limbs and make a sprout where it will come up at another place? We live in Newnan, GA. and the shrub has become really bushy.
This stuff is on my gardenia plant. Most of the white cotton stuff is on the stems and heavier on joined branches. I have sprayed a fungicide last week and it seems to be more of that stuff. I used a cotton tip to soak the white stuff and removed it, so I thought. I think it is also in the soil. Sometimes I see a small bug flying around.
My gardenia bush held on beautifully and had lots of blooms during the spring and summer, but we had some below freezing temps and now the leaves are brown and crispy, even though I covered it during the extreme cold. Is is a goner or will it come back?
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