What Can I Do If I Over-fertilized My Plants?

Can anything be done to negate plants/tree being over-fertilized? All of the leaves are turning yellow and brown. I mixed my all-plant fertilizer too strong. Everything looks like its croaking:lantanas, Sagos, tristania tree (3 years old), tropical plants, hibiscus bush, and a young crepe myrtle bush.

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I need to know if I can give all these an anti-oxidant of some type. Can anything be done?

By Judy from Riverside, CA

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May 13, 20100 found this helpful
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I would think the only thing you could do is flush the plants with lots and lots of water but it might be too late if they have already started turning yellow. So sorry for you!

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