I am guilty of overwatering. It's because I just can't figure out when it is dry or too wet. In my defense, we can have 70 degree days and 35 degree nights, so the swift weather changes do not help me. During the smoldering summers, I feel it is impossible to overwater. But I feel like I have finally noted signs of overwatering. I read somewhere that if the leaves turn yellow at the tips it's a sign of overwatering. Leaves can turn yellow for a variety of reasons but I have determined this as specific.
|Camellia leaves turning yellow|
|Knockout tree - yellow leaves|
Sometimes they just turn yellow but I think this is overwatering too.
|Same Camellia as above|
|I am almost finished planting my rose bushes. Six more to go. The strawberries were moved and here are three Blue girls followed by Double Delight.|
|I am running out of room in the rose garden, so good timing. I know I have planted too close together so I am certain I will wind up moving something. This is the back of the house facing the front.|
|I planted a George Tabor Azalea Bush|
|Very large rose garden.|
|From the porch view.|