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HELP! Are my plants dying?

Posted by NewLKNPool none (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 31, 12 at 11:47

Am I over/underwatering??? I don't want to loose these plants. I thought yellow leaves were too much when I saw a few leaves turning yellow..I stop watering... Help!!




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RE: HELP! Are my plants dying?

might help to know where you are.. drought??.. heat waves?? watering schedule?? .. how deep that rock is?? and recent transplants..???

otherwise.. it looks like normal fall coloring.. to my eye.. after a hard summer.. they just look tired ... and buried in rock ...

BTW.. are they near a pool??? .. chemical damage???


RE: HELP! Are my plants dying?

To answer your question: Stick your finger into the soil. Is it moist, wet, or dry?

If they were planted recently, check the soil of the original rootballs -- it must be moist until the roots grow into the surrounding soil.

RE: HELP! Are my plants dying?

The rocks look like they're on the crown of the plant, where they emerge from the ground. They need some air.

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