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Gardening Reference » Gardening in 2006
by plants 'n pots on May 23, 2006 01:57 AM
I have had this blue lacecap hydrangea for about 6 years or so. A few years ago a small branch broke off and I placed it in soil in my "baby nursery garden" under the deck stairs in the shade. Two summers ago I planted it out in a garden that gets morning sun - same as the momma. But this year the leaves are very yellow - what is causing that? A few leaves on the momma are slightly yellow too, and it's in a different garden.

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by RugbyHukr on May 23, 2006 02:03 AM
lack of nutrients

yellowing is caused by 3 deficiencies:
1. iron
2. magnesium
3. nitrogen

the nutrients in the soil have probably been depleted & you need to fertilize

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by johnCT on May 23, 2006 04:20 AM
How is the drainage?

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by weezie13 on May 23, 2006 04:22 AM
I was going to say, how was the rain,
and if it drained fast or too fast sorta???

*we've gotten alot of rain here*

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