Chlorotic schisandra?

dirtslinger2(6)July 22, 2012

My 2 year old Schisandra chinensis leafed out this spring fairly yellow, and has just gotten worse and worse. Almost a little bit of white in these leaves.

Beside it, hops and honeysuckles are doing fine.

I haven't found any references suggesting they need a specific pH, so can't figure out what else it could be.

Planted in a moderate to bright spot with no direct mid day sun.

Decent yet sandy topsoil topdressed with wood chips and grass clippings.

Thanks for any ideas.

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