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why are my lantana leaves yellow

The leaves on my lantana flowing plant are yellow , I tried adding iron but it made it worst
asked Jun 27, 2013 by anonymous






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Try pouring whole milk near the stem of your plant.  Right arounf 1/2 cup (say 3 1/2 oz), once every other day for about a 2 weeks.  It will take the plant some time to change, don't expect a noticable difference over-night; but you will see a healthier plant at the end of those two weeks. -Birdy
answered Jun 27, 2013 by Birdymckee (15,700 points)

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