Philipwonel said:I belive her legginess and yellow leaves were due to her not getting enough light before you got her.
She has improved, good.
If she's getting enough lite now, she will start growing new leaves as normal.
Peat moss poles are fine, and look nice. 👍
WillC said:The huge pot is contributing to the droopiness. When kept quite potbound, the leaves will stand more upright. However, this is not a plant that naturally grows upright anyway. In nature, it is a vining plant.
You can use any support that you want. Moss poles work well if the moss is kept constantly damp so that the nodes that come in contact with the damp moss will push out roots that will then attach to the moss. The same for bark poles, but they are harder to keep damp.
The light appears to be okay, but it might be better if you could move the Monstera out of the corner a bit to improve the light.
Allow the top inch of soil to dry before adding just enough water so that the top inch gets dry again in about a week. If you water thoroughly, the soil will stay damp for too long.
Philipwonel said:WOOH-HAH. Ya chopped her. She looks good 👍😀😀😀
Brown line on leaf, physical damage.