The leaves are yellow and falling off. Also, the soil is moldy. What is the solution?
Hibiscus Plants in a Container
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Yellowing leaves can be caused by a few things on a Hibiscus plant.
Over watering or soil that remains soggy do to over watering or poorly draining soil could cause mold.
Make sure the soil is moist but never soggy. Make sure the container has adequate drainage holes in the bottom.
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