Mandevilla Plants

Yellow Leaves on Mandevilla

bunkie added on August 26, 2012 | Answered

I purchased a full size mandevilla this summer from a garage sale. It bloomed beautifully all summer long, just gorgeous, most favorite plant I have ever owned!. However, I am sick, the leaves on my plant (which is still on our patio in the same spot it has been in all summer) are now turning yellow and falling off. We have not moved, or changed any care for this plant. Please help, I surely do not want this plant to die. Thank you.

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Answered on September 9, 2012

There are many reasons this can happen. Yellow leaves are a sign of a stress of some kind. This article will explain more:

I would check the pot. Make sure the water gets all the way into the soil in the container and that it is still draining properly.

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