yellow leaves on clementis vine - Knowledgebase Question

Dearborn Hgts, Mi
Question by pberish
May 24, 2010
My clementis plants are 2 years old and until this year doing well. Now the leaves are turning yellow. Does the plant need some sort of neutrient. I fertlize with bloom builder.

Answer from NGA
May 24, 2010


Yellow leaves can be a symptom of overwatering or a mineral deficiency. Clematis need regular watering but is it is important not to let them become waterlogged. Clematis are heavy feeders so feeding with a Bloom Booster will supply all the nutrients they need, as well as encouraging flowers. Apply according to label directions. Hope your plants perk up soon!

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