|I had 2 rosemary bushes in containers, they both have shown yellowing leaves over the winter however they both bloomed a lot this spring so I don't think they are dying, how can I tell if my bushes have a fungus or if they are just scolded from the winter months? P.S. I'll get them in the ground as soon as I can!
|Answer from NGA
April 14, 2010
|Getting them into the ground will solve most of the problems. Yellowing foliage usually indicates overly wet root systems. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings and get them into the ground as soon as possible so they can establish healthy root systems before the really hot weather arrives. Best wishes with your plants.
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