Red Geranium Leabes - Knowledgebase Question

Marlborough, MA
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Question by michelle_ebe
June 6, 2001
Every year the leaves on my geraniums turn red. Why is this happening. I just bought them and potted them, so I don't think that they need re-potting. It's been raining a lot... Could they possibly be too wet?

Answer from NGA
June 6, 2001
There are several possible reasons why this could happen, ranging from too cold to too wet to too acidic a soil to needing more balanced nutrients. You might try using a foliar feed with micronutrients and/or some compost and see if that helps. You might also try a different brand of top quality potting mix.

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