Posted 3M ago by @bluebladeliger

Yellow spots on Adansonii leaf?
My adansonii developed some yellow spots on this one leaf. The spots appeared a few days ago. None of the other leaves appear to have them. I checked the plant pretty throughly and I didn’t see any bugs. The plant was repotted about a month ago. I’ve been very consistent with watering (waiting until the top 1-2 inches of soil are dry). I gave it plant food about a week ago. The vine this leaf is on is currently growing a new leaf (this is one of the older leaves). Is this something I should be concerned about? I just don’t want it to spread to the rest of the plant. Thank you!! #Monstera #MonsteraMob #MonsteraAdansonii #adansonii #yellowleaves
10ft to light, indirect
7” pot with drainage
Last watered 6 days ago
Older leaves can yellow and wilt sometimes. If the rest of the plant seems okay I wouldn’t be too worried. Keep an eye on the plant and go from there. When I first got my Swiss cheese vine she was very stressed and lost lots of leaves, but a new spot in the house, pebble tray, pole and terracotta pot have helped massively! 🌱
@Nallon Thank you! I was hoping that was all it was and nothing more serious! I might get a pebble tray for him too!
@bluebladeliger @Nallon has given you some great advice. Swiss Cheese plants prefer bright, indirect light to help them thrive. If the plant is in direct sunlight, the strong rays and heat may scorch the plant, causing the leaves to turn yellow and even brown. Here is a link to help you with your plant.
@bluebladeliger I was looking at yours Oasis, you have some beautiful plants. ❤️🥰🤩
@KikisOasis Thank you so much!! The article was really helpful! That plant isn’t in direct sunlight, so I don’t think it’s from that, but when I was feeding my plants this month I kind of lost track of which ones I had fed and which ones I hadn’t. So I might have accidentally fed it twice, which could possibly be what caused the spots.
@KikisOasis Thank you!! I’m so glad you like them!! 🥰🥰🥰

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