My Newly Planted Geraniums are Turning Yellow

I purchased my geraniums several weeks ago and could not plant them because of all the rain. Finally I planted them this week because the leaves were turning yellow and the buds looked awful. Will they survive or should I pull them all up and start over? I picked all the yellow leaves and drooping flowers off.

By Peg C

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May 17, 20110 found this helpful

If the weather warms up they should perk up. Don't overwater them, they don't mind being dry for awhile. Once they get going, don't forget to fertilize regularly, especially if they are in containers. Geraniums need cool nights to form buds and they like warm days.

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