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What type of Monstera is this plant?

It does look like a very young plant, which makes it harder to tell exactly, especially with varieties of M. adansonii. It definitely looks like a Monstera adansonii var. laniata or just Monstera ...
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Help with struggling ZZ plants

I think the yellowing leaves are a sign of overwatering. You also mention that the soil is still damp after a week, which suggests that the soil has no proper drainage. You might want to change the ...
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What kind of Syngonium species or cultivar this plant is?

The narrower leaved forms of Syngonium usually have the two extended points at the base of the leaves, which suggests yours is one of those. The trouble is, this plant has been intensively bred, so ...
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Yellow Spotting Queen Anthurium

This is a fungus/virus/bacteria that has taken advantage of wet conditions in the root ball to move upstairs, so to speak. Typical signs are starts with old growth typical end state is a circle of ...
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Light brown chalky Anthurium leaf is it interveinal chlorosis?

A closeup picture of the underside of the leaf would help. However you can do my diagnosis: check a few leaves this way carefully turn a leaf over and look closely do you see small insects the size ...
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How can I encourage my plants to push out larger leaves?

Phosphorus is supposed to help increase leaf size in plants generally, I've read. It's also supposed to help plants mature, and increase internode length. Cold temperatures can decrease phosphorus ...
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Philodendron Brasil unfurl deformed

More finicky Philodendrons have unfurling issues due to low humidity but with your plant it should not be an issue. I think what you have is a pest issue, probably Thrips (but can be other as well). ...
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Philodendron Imperial Red: What could be causing "burn spots" on leaves?

I don't think its a fungal or bacterial problem but an insect infestation. I suspect your plant has spider mite - the little dots in the leaves suggest that, and under magnification, I think I can see ...
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