How do you fix Monstera stem rot?
Carefully remove your monstera from the pot (you might need a friend to help you) and rinse as much of the soil off the roots as you can. If you see any rotting roots, carefully trim those away. Then repot the plant into fresh soil in a clean pot with good drainage. (You can get a new one or clean the old one.)
What does an overwatered Monstera look like?
Overwatered: If your monstera is getting too much water, you’ll notice the older leaves, or the leaves toward the bottom of the plant, yellowing first. Underwatered: If your monstera is too dry, leaves all over the plant will start to turn yellow, possibly starting with the newer, more vulnerable leaves.
Should I cut off brown parts of Monstera?
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO WITH BROWN TIPS ON YOUR MONSTERA? Tips that have turned brown (or any part of the leaf that has turned brown), will not turn green again. All you can do is clean up your plant and trim off the brown tips with scissors.