New reply from Lucas69

<p>Hello,</p>
<p>It sounds like your plants may be suffering from a variety of issues. Here are some potential causes and solutions:</p>
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<p>Overwatering: If the soil is constantly wet, the roots can rot and the leaves may turn yellow and fall off. Check the soil moisture level by sticking your finger about an inch deep into the soil – if it feels damp, hold off on watering for a few days. Make sure the soil has good drainage and isn't sitting in standing water.</p>
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<p>Underwatering: If the soil is too dry, the leaves can wilt and turn yellow. Water the plants deeply and consistently, so that the soil is moist but not waterlogged.</p>
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<p>Poor soil quality: Even if you used a mix of compost and topsoil, it's possible that the soil isn't providing the right nutrients or drainage for your plants. Consider adding some organic fertilizer or compost to the soil, and make sure it's well-aerated.</p>
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<p>Pests or disease: Check for signs of insect infestation or fungal/bacterial disease. You may need to treat the plants with an appropriate insecticide or fungicide.</p>
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<p>Transplant shock: Sometimes plants can struggle after being transplanted into a new environment. Make sure they're getting enough light and are protected from extreme temperatures or wind. <a href="https://www.hisdconnect.net/">Houstonisd.org</a></p>
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<p>It's difficult to say for sure what the issue is without more information or a closer look at the plants, but these are some common causes of yellowing and wilting in plants. hope so it is useful for you . </p>

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Original Post by Tulipflash

Problems with begonia apricot shades Garden ready plants

<p>Anyone had problems with these plants this year.  Arrived on 13th May and planted out in good mixture of compost and sterilised topsoil (70/30).  No extreme weather temps and kept watered.  All plants are dying: leaves turning yellow and then falling off.  Some plans rotting through at main stem.  Help!!! </p>

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