Common pests

Houseplants are vulnerable to a variety of pests that can damage the plant and hinder its growth.

Mealybugs – small, white, cottony insects that suck the sap out of plants, causing them to wilt and die.

Spider mites – tiny, reddish-brown pests that feed on the sap of plants, causing yellowing and browning of leaves.

Aphids – small, soft-bodied insects that suck the sap out of plants, causing distorted growth and yellowing of leaves.

Scale insects – small, hard-shelled insects that attach themselves to the leaves and stems of plants, causing yellowing, wilting, and stunted growth.

Whiteflies – tiny, white, moth-like insects that suck the sap out of plants, causing yellowing and wilting of leaves.

Thrips – small, slender insects that feed on the sap of plants, causing silvering and scarring of leaves.

Fungus gnats – small black flies that feed on the roots of plants, causing wilting and yellowing of leaves.

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