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  • Answered by
    Nikki on
    January 24, 2011
    Certified Expert

    I would start by getting your soil tested. You sound like you may have a yard wide nitrogen deficiency or an iron deficiency. The soil in the container that they were planted in when you bought them has probably kept them healthy up until now, but now that this has been depleted, the natural soil of your yard cannot support them. If they have been planted for a while, too much rain may have washed away the nutrients. Some fertilizer, regardless, cannot hurt.

    Check the undersides or the leaves of the plants for pests as well. Most pests that might possibly cause this kind of damage hide on the bottom of leaves.

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