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  • DaintinessDaintiness EssexPosts: 980

    Probably just older leaves reacting to being planted out - new weather conditions/soil conditions etc. if you are getting lots of new healthy growth and flowers too, there shouldn't be a problem. I would just remove the old leaves if they are annoying you.

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  • WintersongWintersong Posts: 2,436

    If you cut the plants back hard after flowering has finished, they will grow a fresh set after two-three weeks, probably less with all this rain. image

  • i have many perennial geraniums  and i find many of the older leaves turn yellow , when they get too  straggerly i cut them back hard some reflower others just grow newleaves

  • Pat12Pat12 Posts: 6

    I've got several different perennial geraniums which have always flourished - but in the last week I've noticed reddish spots on the leaves, which are getting puckered too, and the plants look very unhappy. Help! Any ideas what the problem could be?

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