New Guinea Impatiens Leaves Are Turning Yellow Brown And Drying Up

Question From: C. Anderson - Trenton, Michigan, United States
Q: New Guinea Impatiens from greenhouse, leaves turning yellow, brown and drying up. Seems to spread from 1 plant to another. Plants are inside at night and only outdoors in shade above 60 degrees. Should I get rid of them or isolate.

A: Your plants are under stress. They do need sun. Better to keep them indoors in a south facing window until the nighttime temperatures reach 50 degrees and daytime temps are in the high sixties or warmer. Best And Happy Yardening, Nancy