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Posted 2M ago by @RationalAsarina

I haven't changed anything. New to app I'm hoping it help...

#Monstera
10” pot with drainage
Last watered 2 months ago
@RationalAsarina HI there! I'm sorry your plant isn't so healthy at the minute. I've got some tips for you.When you see an entirely yellow leaf, you should remove it from your plant using a sterile cutting tool. Removing the leaf will let the plant focus its nutrients on healthy leaves. A yellow leaf has lost its chlorophyll (pigment) and it can't turn green again even after you correct the problem. And. Here are common reasons for yellowing leaves and how to treat them: overwatering or underwatering: yellow leaves can result from improper watering. Ensure the plant's soil is consistently moist but not waterlogged. Adjust your watering schedule as needed based on the plant's specific requirements. Hope this helps! πŸͺ΄β€οΈπŸŒΏ
This guy looks a little water logged and like he may need a good pruning! pruning will allow for new, healthier growth! Maybe try moving it to a slightly sunnier window?
It’s a sign it’s getting too much water, insufficient light, or insufficient nutrients. This plants need consistent care and it could be speeding up the yellowing of leaves. Bright indirect light is ideal for this plant. For now, back off on the watering and allow it to dry up a bit before you give it a sip. Your pot should not be self watering and also should not have a tray at the bottom . If you keep it in that pot, drain the water away to keep it healthy.