I live in Nanaimo, B.C. If you've ever seen a plumeria plant (Plumeria spp. It just doesn't look well. This spring its appearance went downhill and I was sure I was going to lose it so I gave it a top dressing of fresh ericacious compost and some liquid feed. Q: Could you please give me some reasons why a katsura tree would lose its leaves prematurely? While some leaf loss is normal, there may be many reasons for a plant losing leaves, and not all of them are good. The leaves are turning brown with specks on it. As you can see from the photos the new leaf growth is yellow (from the original beautiful scarlet) and over the last two weeks the leaves have started to brown from the tips. Messages: 6 Likes Received: 0 Location: Greater Vancouver. Hi all, I'm hoping you can help me preempt a gardening problem I've had for 3 years running. Another possible reason is that the variegated leaves have suffered from sun scorch or suffering from lack of rain. The leaves are also starting to fall off. I have a 8 year old pieris (not sure which flavour) which has been very happy with me until this year. My Pieris Keeps Dying. I am pretty confident it has not dried out and I feed it as prescribed. There are various reasons for yellowing leaves in the Pieris ‘forest flame’.It likes an acid soil so you need to feed it with a lime-hating plant food. I have a Pieris Japonica "Dorothy Wyckoff" and last year it was lovely. So even though it's been hot here in the day, I decided my mountain fire pieris wasn't going to make it if I didn't move it. Has your Pieris 'Forest flame' been growing in its current position for long ?. Discussion in 'Outdoor Gardening in the Pacific Northwest' started by kanayo101, Mar 18, 2010. kanayo101 Member. Acidic soil is needed for it to grow well. Last summer the foliage remained green but it did display a mass of cream coloured flowers. When leaves drop, it can be quite disheartening, especially if you don’t know why it’s happening. Why Plumeria Drops Leaves. The tree is situated in a sunny unprotected area, uphill from the ocean, so it does get the wind. I have an established Pieris Forest Flame (approx 10 years old) which is in a large tub. The leaves are getting brown on the edges with spots,there has been absolutely no growth whatsoever this whole year, so I dug it up and planted it at 9:00 p.m., ha ha I'm a night time gardener, only time its nice and cool! Re: Pieris japonica 'Dorothy Wyckoff' I am hoping somebody can help me. This year however something is wrong with it.

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