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I’m wondering why my some of my Clivea leaves have turned yellow as per my photo it is in a alcove

General Advice • Plants

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The usual reason for Clivea leaves turning yellow is that they are receiving too much water. Given the amount of rain that we have had recently, this should not prove to be problematic. They will almost certainly return to their former condition with a little drying out.

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Answered: 11 Jul, 2022

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