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by Kyla Simone on December 12, 2005 09:06 PM
I recently relocated to a new city, since I didn't know anyone I purchased my own money tree. Well it seemed to doing well in the summer but now my leaves are turning yellowish and falling off. What am I not doing? I have it sitting by my front door near a small fountain and it does not have a lot of sunlight in that area. Should I move it or does anyone have any advice?????
by alankhart on December 13, 2005 03:51 AM
Money Trees prefer sunlight, so the location may be the problem. There may also be a difference in himidity levels now as opposed to summer. Overwatering is another reason the leaves can yellow and fall off. With cooler temps and less sunlight, it needs less water. Also, it may be getting cold drafts from being so close to your front door.

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