Answer: Since you're having trouble with the same plants in different areas of the garden, I'd suspect some soil problems. Either too wet or too dry, and lacking in nutrients. The kindest thing you can do for your plants is to dig them up, amend the soil with organic matter, and replant them. Organic matter such as compost, aged manure, leaf mould or peat moss will loosen the soil and enrich it so the plant roots can get the moisture and nutrients they need. Amended soil will drain well yet hold just the right amount of moisture to encourage healthy root growth which will be reflected in healthy top growth. Best wishes with your garden!
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