Leaves turn yellow because of lack of water and insects. Chlorosis, root issues, lack of nutrients and lack of sunlight are also culprits that cause yellow leaves. More »

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Plant leaves may turn yellow for a number of reasons, such as nutrient deficiencies, pests, insufficient water or a lack of sunlight. A plant's leaves may also turn yellow as part of the normal growth process. More »

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Rose bush leaves can turn yellow when there is an issue with light, water, pests, disease, fertilizer or heat stress, according to Gardening Know How. After yellowing, the bush may lose the leaves entirely. More »

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A pitcher plant refers to any carnivorous plant with leaves adapted for trapping insects. Pitcher plants use deep cavity prey-trapping mechanisms filled with liquid to trap and kill insects of all kinds. Known as “pitfal... 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 »

A plant's organ system works with the roots anchoring the plant and absorbing water and nutrients, while the shoots transfer the nutrients to the leaves, which transfer light into energy via photosynthesis. A plant’s roo... More »

Plant stems are multitaskers: they support the growth of leaves and buds and serve as transportation routes for water, food and minerals. Plant stems are among the most recognizable physical features of plants; they also... More »