I noticed these mite like insects on my plant is it natural or is there an organic way to get them away. Thanks
Uh-oh. Those are aphids! These articles will help you:
Yellow spotting on leaves. And looks sick.
Our experts suggest spraying with insecticidal soap. Here's a link to an article that will tell you how to make it:
It looks as though you've planted it outdoors. Here's a ink that will tell you all about how to care for it: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/flowering-maple/flowering-maple-care-outdoors.htm
i have grown a kentish bell from a cutting on my window ledge, it's now about 3feet tall, i dont know when i should plant it out into my garden can you tell me please. Kind Regards Lyn bunce
If the online climate reports are correct for Bristol, you have a fairly mild climate so you could go ahead and plant it outside now in a sunny position such as south or west facing. The plant can be short lived, however. If weather gets much below freezing there, you may want to wait till spring to plant it outside. Here is more:
Left my abutilon in the care of friends. Very hot days. Cool to cold nights. All large leaves, flowers and healthy buds dropped off and I was left with twigs with tiny leaves. What to do next?
I suggest pruning it back by a third and giving it some protection from winter weather. Here are some tips: