Yellow coloring on vegetable leaves can indicate a wide range of problems, including too much water or too little water. Leaves can also turn yellow when the plant is not getting enough nitrogen. Other common causes of y... More »

Leaves of plants typically turn yellow for a variety of reasons, which may include nutritional deficiencies, poor drainage, compacted or damaged roots, overwatering, insufficient light and viral infections. In addition, ... More »

The possible reasons for a bamboo plant turning yellow include over-fertilization, prolonged exposure to sunlight and over-watering. Most bamboo plants feature green leaves and stalks, but improper care can turn them yel... More »

Plant leaves turn yellow for a variety of reasons, including a lack of chlorophyll caused by too much or too little water, insufficient sunlight, temperature changes and disease. Plants contain various pigments such as c... More »

The difference between a vegetable and a fruit is that vegetables are the edible portions of a plant, such as the leaves, stem, roots, tubers, bulbs and flowers, while a fruit is the mature ovary of a plant. Many plants ... More »

Bananas turn yellow when they ripen due to the decreased amount of chlorophyll, in a process similar to leaves turning from green to red. However, not all bananas turn bright yellow, and some varieties have red, purple o... More »

There are three reasons the leaves of a hydrangea plant would turn yellow: water issues, nitrogen deficiency and iron chlorosis. Water issues are the easiest to fix, but it is still possible to restore the leaves from th... More »