Balcony plants Mint Leaves Turning Yellow? Rescue Your Plants Today!
balcony plants Mint Leaves Turning Yellow

Balcony plants Mint Leaves Turning Yellow? Rescue Your Plants Today!

Balcony plants Mint Leaves Turning Yellow Mint has a well-deserved reputation for being a hardy, easy-to-grow herb. In fact, it spreads so readily that it can quickly become an invasive pest plant that takes over a whole garden of Balcony plants! But that doesn’t mean mint is immune from problems that can cause yellowed, sickly-looking foliage and stunted growth. In this article, you’ll learn about 6 reasons for mint leaves turning yellow: Too much moistureUnder-wateringInsufficient sunlightInsect attacksNutrient deficienciesFungal or viral plant diseases You’ll also find out what you can do to bring back that healthy green color. Let’s get to it and rescue your plants! 1. Too Much Moisture This can occur for mint plants growing either in containers or in the ground.  With potted mint, there are two possible issues: You’re being overly generous in your wateringYour pot has insufficient or blocked drainage If you’re growing mint in the ground, the real issue is likely not your watering habits but rather your soil quality. Clay is an absorbent material that readily retains moisture. If your soil has a high clay content, the water gets trapped in the shallow soil instead of draining downwards. Thus, your mint plant’s root system stays surrounded by water. Whatever the situation, too much moisture can lead to three serious problems: Starvation. Your plant can’t absorb nutrients from the soil.Suffocation. Plants…

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