Zone Charlotte, NC | Anonymous added on April 19, 2019 | Answered

The bottom foliage of my anemonies is turning yellow. What is wrong? Planted on screened-in porch. The flowers are actually ABOVE a clump of leaves/foliage. How much do I cut off: only the flower or the flower and the foliage directly under it?

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    Answered on April 19, 2019

    This is normal if those leaves are not getting enough sun. I would only remove the yellowing leaves. After this, apply some dolomitic lime, and either some compost or some all purpose slow release fertilizer. This will help return it to its healthiest state.

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