I have been struggling with my Japanese Wisteria for a while now. They were fine after I brought them home, but one day I set them outside and spider mites decided to make them their new home. I finally killed them off after a year, but now my leaves are turning transparent. I have uploaded a photo to show you that is the case. I haven't been able to find anything on this problem or how to solve it. Please kindly advise me on how I could save one of them, as the other hasn't come back yet. Thanks, Bailey
Japanese Wisteria Tree
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Are you growing your Wisteria indoors?
Japanese Wisteria along with other cultivators should be grown outdoors in a full sun location.
Applications of horticulture oil or insecticides should be done early in the day, not in bright sunlight.
Water that hits the leaves could also cause spots on the leaves.
Your leaves seem to have yellowing and transparent margins which may be a nutrition issue, insects or a fungus.
Here are some articles to help refresh you on the care requirements.