I have some simple solutions to common monstera problems that will help you grow the happiest houseplant around.
Yellow leaves can also indicate that your Monstera needs to be fertilized. I recommend only fertilizing your plant during the Spring or Summer.
Black Monstera leaves are usually caused by root rot, which is a sign of overwatering. To fix this issue, you’ll need to take your plant out of its pot and cut away any mushy or darker roots than the others.