The Q&A Archives: Rose leaves turning yellow

Question: Can you tell me why my rose leaves are turning yellow. I just planted this rose and it was doing very well but I started to see yellowing of the leaves thank you

Answer: Yellowing leaves on a new rose are usually due to transplant stress and/or overwatering. Once the roots become established you should see healthy new leaves emerge. In the meantime, water deeply once or twice a week and just give your new rose a chance to adjust to its new home. Best wishes with your rose bush!

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