- Mon Aug 03, 2020 10:27 pm
It isn't clear to me from what has been written in this thread already whether or not these plants were growing outside at all before you recently moved them out into full sun. I could be as simple as sunburn that is causing the yellowing of the leaves. It could also be crown rot if they've been growing indoors and kept too wet. I'd need more information to know for sure.
Either way, the plant in the photo of the original post certainly looks pretty healthy in terms of new growth but could probably benefit from a repotting.
Leave the meat for our pet plants