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My lilly pilly syzygium is dropping leaves.

I bought this lilly pilly about a month ago and it's been leaving leaves ever since. I'm keeping it indoor and watering it every week. I'm not sure but perhaps I'm watering too much as the pot mixing is moist all the time when I check? I'd appreciate an advice on how to save it.

Flowers and Ornamentals • Plants

Lilly pillies are not ideal indoor plants. You may keep them inside for a brief period, provided they have access to bright light for most of the day. Ideally, they should be kept outside in a pot or planted in the garden in full sun. Once established, they're fairly resilient and can withstand dry periods. Feed in spring and autumn with Yates Dynamic Lifter Soil Improver & Plant Fertiliser.

For more information on growing lilly pillies, please visit:

https://www.yates.com.au/plants/natives/lilly-pilly/how-to-grow-lilly-pilly/

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Answered: 10 Nov, 2020

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