When your Whisker Greens starts to turn from a healthy, vibrant green into a sickly yellow hue, that usually means one of three things. You may be overwatering your plant, it doesn’t have enough sunlight, or it’s simply reaching the end of its life.
If the blades of Whisker Greens are limp and brownish around the edges, you are probably giving it too much water. Try moving your Whisker Greens to a place in your home where it can get fresh air that will help it dry out. Hold off on watering for a while. The plant may come back to life; however, if the rot has already reached the roots, then it’s a goner.
If the yellowing starts at the roots, then the plant is begging you for more sunlight. Move the plant to a place in your home where it can get at least a few hours of indirect sunlight a day. The plant will perk right back to life.
Finally, if your plant is over two weeks old, yellowing may simply mean it’s ready to retire. Time to give the old plant the ‘heave-ho and bring in a fresh, new plant for your kitty to enjoy.