Please, please help me with my beloved Monstera plant which appears to be slowly dying.
I've had it for a few years and since moving house last October, it hasn't seemed to settle into its new environment. It used to have a lot more leaves but I've had to gradually move yellow ones since late last year.
Existing leaves are starting to yellow before becoming all yellow which I then remove (very sad as some of these have beautiful holes).
The leaves are also droopy on their edges and lacklustre
Some leaves have brown spots on the edges with a yellow ring (i fear these leaves are slowly dying and will turn all yellow)
No new growth for at least the past 4 months. I was able to take a cutting from it in Dec last year to propogate but there are no new ariel roots showing at all
I'm in the UK so going into summer now.
Its placed near a south facing window and in a corner so it doesn't get direct sun on its leaves but does get indirect light all throughout the day
Its been in the same pot from before I moved house (which it was thriving in) so i don't think its a pot issue. I did change the soil last weekend as I was getting desperate to see what could help.
I don't water until its dry for a full finger depth.
Humidity is about 35-45% in the spot its in
Temp is usually around 21 degrees
The previous house I was in, my monstera was thriving and in a spot with less indirect light - could that be the cause? Too much light in the spot that it's in? I could move it to the bedroom which gets a lot less light so I'm worried that may be not enough to promote growth
Please help...i hope its not too revive