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Posted by jared515 4 (My Page) on
Wed, May 20, 09 at 15:59

I have a honey suckle that's been in the ground for about a month and a few of its leaves are turning yellow. Any idea of what's causing this?

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RE: Honeysuckle

Which leaves are turning yellow? Inner, new, or all?

If not a nutrient problem, I would guess too wet or too dry.

RE: Honeysuckle

It's a number of leaves. I watered it well yesterday, so I will see what happens in the next few days. If it's not that, I may try a fertilizer.

RE: Honeysuckle

If it is the older leaves that are turning yellow (not necessarily the bottom leaves), than it is probably normal adaption from transplanting.

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