The Q&A Archives: Watering Geraniums

Question: The leaves on my geraniums are turning yellow. Does that mean too much or not enough water? Thanks

Answer: Yellowing leaves general indicates too much water. It's normal for the oldest leaves to yellow so if they are on the lowest parts of the plants, it is normal and when they fall off new leaves will develop. If the yellowing leaves are the newest growth, it indicates over watering.

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