Signs You’re Overwatering Your Plants (and 3 Signs You Aren’t Watering Them Enough!)

Signs of Overwatering: Yellowing Leaves: If the leaves are turning yellow and falling off, it could be a sign of overwatering.

Mold or Fungus Growth: Excessive moisture can lead to mold or fungus growth on the soil surface.

Root Rot: Roots may become mushy, brown, or have a foul odor if they're rotting from overwatering.


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Signs of Underwatering: Dry Soil: Check the soil moisture level by sticking your finger into the soil; if it feels dry several inches below the surface, the plant likely needs water.

Yellowing and Browning Leaves: Leaves may turn yellow or brown and become crispy when the plant is not getting enough water.

Leaf Curling: Some plants may exhibit leaf curling as a response to dehydration, especially in extreme cases.


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