Identification: Need to ID plant and problem

Discussion in 'Indoor and Greenhouse Plants' started by cmgfour, Oct 14, 2013.

  1. cmgfour

    cmgfour Active Member

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    Living in zone 7, I bring many plants inside the house when the temps start to head below 50 degrees. I've had this plant (unknown ID) for several years and for some strange reason when I brought it in the house this year many of the leaves started turning a bright yellow and dropping. I'd like to try to identify the plant and then determine if the yellowing leaves is just natural when bringing it in to the house in the late fall. I do not recall the leaves turning yellow last year. Thanks for your assistance.
     

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  2. Axel

    Axel Active Member

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    I might be totally wrong but it reminds me of Mandevilla.
     
  3. cmgfour

    cmgfour Active Member

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    I have several Mandevillas but I don't believe it is one. This one has never flowered like my Mandevillas. Thanks. Will take some close up pics and post them.
     
  4. Ron B

    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Probably a Stephanotis.
     

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