Really need to know what kind of trees you have.I brought my tropicals indoor for the winter and the leaves to most of them have started turning yellow.
Is this normal? I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, this is my first winter trying thisb
indoors the average day temperature is 80 degees/60 degrees night, approximately 60-80% humidity throughout the day.What situation did you bring them to?
I like to purposefully defoliate upon bringing them in, but if your situation isn't better than the last thing they felt outside, they might not take it well.
As far as total Trees I have indoors, the species areWhat types of tropicals do you have and what sort of environment did you move them to? A lot of tropicals can really resent being moved around, so you may have some yellowing/dropped leaves, but it’d probably be best to know what you’re moving them to. I have a tropical mimosa (leucaena leucocephala) that loves throwing off leaves when I bring it indoors. It’ll recover though.
That's a little hot IMO, I feel there is quite the delicate balance of the temps we leave them out till, and the temps we bring them into.80 degees/
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