Lemon Balm help

Lemon Balm help

I bought two lovely, robust lemon balm plants maybe two months ago. They grew even more robust and were really nice looking. A few weeks ago they started looking really lanky, despite my pinching and the plant just didn't look as good. Then the leaves started turning brown from the tips, and I cut the plant back drastically to remove all the brown spots. Now some of the new growth is turning brown too. It got a little bit of the leftover water with tomato food in it over a month ago - I don't think it's burning from that because I really didn't give it much. Any ideas? I also picked up a chamomile plant on a whim and it's turning a bit yellow. Any hints to keep it happier? Both plants are outside on my east-facing porch and I'm in Zone 9. We had a few really cold nights (almost down to freezing) here in Florida a couple weeks ago, but I brought all my herbs in for that. ________________________ Also, an update on my aphid problem with my peppers. I sprayed them down with a mixture of water and dishsoap and it killed all the aphids, but I think I went overboard because now the plants look half-head. They are droopy, the leaves are discolored and they are looking pretty sad. One of the four plants has baby peppers on it, the rest haven't produced anything yet. Would I be best off just digging up the 3 really sad looking ones or do you think they'll make a comeback? (Can you tell I'm new at this?)
NEW DORM – REARRANGED

NEW DORM – REARRANGED

What’s wrong with my pepper?

What’s wrong with my pepper?

Filbert Step (San Francisco)

Filbert Step (San Francisco)

Emma. 14.

Emma. 14.

Not Much….

Not Much….

MOLD UPDATE!

MOLD UPDATE!