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#389045 Jul 18th, 2015 at 06:40 AM
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It's full of blooms, but the leaves are turning pale and yellowish. Doesn't appear to have any aphids. I fertilized it last week, thinking it needed a boost, but there is no change? I have the waves in a super big pot and we have had a lot of down pours, hail, you name it? What do you all recommend? Thanx.

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I'd say off hand that it is getting too wet. At least it sounds like it is struggling with too much water.


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Tina is right...mine have been doing the same.


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Thanks, still raining a lot where you are? No change with the purple W, they are looking even worse, but still blooming. Still raining every day. Planter is too big to move. I could cover them everytime I hear more rain coming, but it's pointless, probably make them more yellow? In a few weeks, will pull them and throw that soil into the compost in hopes it will get some life back into it, or maybe should throw it out.

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Daisy, I am in Eastern Canada...it has been raining every day and my flowers are in the same condition. I don't think they'll recover either. Next year I think I'm going to buy tougher plants.


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