Answer: Yellowing leaves and transparent leaves are usually the result of overwatering. Now that your herbs are in full sunshine, I'd recommend pinching or cutting them back by about one third. This will remove the affected leaves and encourage healthy new growth. Herbs generally grow like weeds when they get adequate sunshine and most prefer soils on the dry side. So stick your finger down into the soil before you water. If it is stil moist an inch beneath the soil surface, they won't need to be watered for another day or two. If the soil seems dry that far down, it's time to water. If you regularly pinch your herbs back and harvest the leaves every 3-4 days the plants will constantly renew themselves and you'll always have healthy new growth to harvest. The more you pinch, the more new stems and leaves your plants will produce. Enjoy your garden!
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