flying saucer morning glory leaves turning brown
I have planted a Flying Saucer morning glory from seeds and it is growing like mad. It sits inside in my bay window and is growing up a trellis I built. It is a couple of inches away from the window and the plant gets the morning sun. I use a container that I water from the bottom, so the soil is always wet. Today I noticed that some of the leaves are turning inwards and turning brown. Can you tell me what is happening and how to fix it? Thank you in advance Ian
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If the soil is always wet, this may be the issue.
Moist but not soggy would be what your aiming for.
Allow the soil to dry and alway check the soil moisture before watering.