Monstera plants are undeniably among the most popular houseplants around. But here are 12 things that may leave your Monstera’s leaves turning yellow and the quickest way to fix or prevent the problem.
Low humidity causes the browning of leaf edges, followed by a whole yellowing leaf. You can increase the humidity by using a water-filled tray with stones beneath your plant’s pot or using a humidifier.
Too much fertilizer causes high concentrations of soluble salts and minerals in the soil, altering the soil pH.
Yellowing leaves can also be a sign of under fertilization or nutrient deficiency in Monsteras.