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Even the greenest of thumbs are sometimes puzzled by their plants’ yellow leaves.  However, that yellow pattern can actually tell you a lot about what kind of problems your plant is having. Check out this info-graphic that help you easily determine what your plant needs to stay green and healthy.
Indoor potted plants are particularly susceptible to yellow leaves, most commonly because lack of sun indoors and water. The upper part of the graphic explains how to determine if you are getting the right balance of sunlight and water. Check out the lower half of the graphic to view six of the most common nutrient deficiencies that cause a plant’s leaves to turn yellow. Besides showing you the signs, it also provides an organic way to fix your yellow leaf problem.
Another option is the to leave your plant care to Office Plants by Everything Grows so your plants look great all the time and you do have to worry about them!

Why Are My Plants Turning Yellow

Lack of Sunlight

Plant Potassium DeficiencyPlant Calcium DeficiencyIndoor Plant Iron Deficiency