Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Reseda odorata 'Mignon Finest Mixed' foliage turning orange?!

For some reason, the leaves of the mignonette seedlings (sown about 6 weeks ago) are turning orange. I don't think they are supposed to, for I don't see orange leaves in the mignonette photos online. Any ideas what could be causing this?

1 comment:

  1. Leaf discoloration is typically a nutrient deficiency. Perhaps phosphorus? What are you feeding your offspring? It's hard to get the balance right in pots with such a small root zone. As long as the central growing portion of the plant isn't stunted, it'll probably sort itself out once you bed the plants outdoors.


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