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can anyone tell me why the leafs on 2 of my angel trumpets are turning yellow? i water them every other day and feed them once a week, the new leafs look fine but on one of them the leafs are not getting very big, we have had alot of rain this month like almost 3 to 4 weeks of rain could that be it? can someone help me please........
If you're getting a lot of rain, why are you watering so much?
And what kind of fertilizer are you using?
I have no trouble with mine they are outside and we have a soggy mess here.They are green and healthy.Could it be the soil you have them in.
First thought that comes to mind is drainage. I had yellow leaves happen to mine when they were in a pot. When I drilled more (and bigger) holes lots of water drained out and they perked up. Also plant food, I was using that stuff for more flowers and they did not like that stuff at all.
I never fertilized mine....and they grew like weeds! It took mine a year to settle in, then they were quite at home!
Sounds like too much water that is staying on the roots to make the soil too soggy.
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