The Q&A Archives: Rose of Sharon

Question: Blushing Bride Rose of Sharon leaves turning yellow.

Answer: When plants develop yellowing leaves, it usually indicates over- or under-watering, or too much or too little fertilizer. You didn't describe the growing site or the cultural care this plant has received so I can't provide any more information. Make sure your Rose of Sharon is receiving full sunshine, water deeply once each week, and fertilize lightly each spring for best performance in your garden.

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