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My Potted Rosmary is Yellow

Posted by drec1500 Madrid Spain (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 6, 09 at 4:53

Hello all. I cant seem to get my potted plants on an East facing terrace to do well. I have a rosemary plant that was nursery bought and it doesn't seem well at all...slightly yellow leaves, wimpy looking ..its frustrating because I have a lot of rosemary in the garden (we inherited it when we bought our house). In particular, one plant that's growing wild next to my driveway in rock hard clay/sand soil that is lush and green and spectacular. What am I doing wrong.


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RE: My Potted Rosmary is Yellow

I have another question on the subject. How do you get Rosemary to winter successfully in a basement that is not heated, but has a bio-lite?


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RE: My Potted Rosmary is Yellow

Overwatering, as mentioned in a recently posted replay about the same subject. Repot and don't add too much water, also avoid any chemical fertilizers.


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