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Jun 9, 2020 2:31 PM CST
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I'm new here (this is my first post). I would really appreciate any help and advice.

I have a monstera monkey leaf, which I've had for about one year or so. It hasn't been repotted and I only water it when the top soil is dry. However, some leaves turn yellow/brown every so often (usually near the bottom). There are still new leaves growing, but I'm concerned that leaves keep turning yellow.

Do you have any suggestions? What am I doing wrong?

I have it on my desk about 5ft from an uncovered window. The room doesn't really get sun as such but there is light coming through the window.

Any help would be appreciated Smiling
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Jun 9, 2020 8:44 PM CST
the plant looks healthy to me , that is just an old leaf cut it off . problem solved. Some times the leaves that developed during the winter got used to low short light days and the change in season shocks them a little . I bring many of my plants outside for the summer and I loose many leaves but the new growth is crazy after that
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