Why are my canna lily leaves turning yellow and brown?
Cannas are relatively pest free. Brown leaves can be the result of drought stress, excess water, or pests. Make sure the plants are growing in moist but well-drained soils. If this isn’t the case and the weather has been cool and wet – it may be a fungal disease.
How do you fix yellow leaves on calla lilies?
If calla lilies turn yellow, it could mean they are not getting enough light. Move them to a brighter spot and see if the leaves return to green. If the leaves stay yellow, the plant may be dying and need to be replaced. Try to avoid overwatering your calla lilies.
Why is my canna lily turning yellow?
Bacterial Leaf Spot and Bud Rot
So it makes sense that canna lilies might be a viable host plant. In its initial stages of infection, the bacteria targets the leaves. They will begin to turn yellow, starting from the veins, and eventually forming lesions.