@chimissy16 Before you repot your umbrella tree you might what to visit, gardeningknowhow.com or just google does umbrella trees like to be rootbound/gardeningknowhow. I just checked because your umbrella tree looks so healthy but that's just me. But if your roots r coming out through the bottom or pushing through the top I'd repot it but maybe there's a certain time of year to do that. Like not transplanting your peace lily til it's gone through its flowering cycle
@chimissy16. I'm not at all trying to undermine anyone's advice. And I sure have a lot to learn about plants but I guess I'm just real cautious when it comes to my plants. I've gotten great advice from GTer's so I don't want anyone to take this the wrong way 😊💕
This rubber tree has been facing east in the dining room windows. It gets great morning sun and had been thriving! I recently moved it to the front, west facing patio bc of an inside remodel. I placed it close to the front of the house, out of the wind and some of the rain. It now has large brown spots!?!? I don't know if it's from all the rain, too much afternoon sun, or has been attacked by something. I don't see any bugs on it...help!!
Hey Melissa,it looks to me like it is sunburnt from afternoon sun. They like the filtered like,part sun - part shade. It's a tender plant but can trim off the leaves. It will produce more it just takes some time,fertilizing,the right lighting and of course,Love.💖