I brought home a healthy looking mint plant a week ago. I've got it in a pit area in a semi sunny window and have been watering it occasionally. It's getting yellow spindly stems and dead leaves on bottom. Am I over or under watering it?
Wilting Mint Plant
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Yellowing leaves usually do indicate a watering issue.
You will need to check the soil, it should be moist but not overly wet.
It's best to check the soil, not water on a schedule.
Remove any dead leaves and you can prune back any leggy stems.
Make sure it is in a bright sunny location.
Here is a link with care information.