Jasmine Leaves Turning Yellow?

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Jasmine leaves may be turning yellow due to an iron deficiency. This is often the case shortly after flowering. You can feed the plant a small diluted quantity of iron supplement and it may be best to use a solution that includes other nutrients.
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