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Lychee leaves turning brown

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Ruby-House starts with ...
Hi, i got this lychee tree a couplle of days ago. it was just delivered to the nursery and i watered it when i got home and i think i may have over watered it? Would that explain the brown edges?
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David01 says...
Hi Ruby-House,

Overwatered does not cause brown edge. You need to Wait for a few weeks to see how the plant progress and report back any signs or symptoms. What is your postcode or state or the weather like? as Lychee is not easy to grow in southern states. However, regardless your location you need to keep your plant away from afternoon sun for time being and no fertilizer, Keep PH around 5.5 to 6 and protect it from winds. Cheers.
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Amanda says...
Did you give it anything else besides water Ruby-House? Also - did you have a dish under the pot and leave it sitting in water for any length of time?
It could be overwatering if had wet feet for awhile - but it doesn't say where you are here - did you bring it from a nursery and put it outside in a much colder environment, for eg?
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