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There are actually a couple of issues here. The first is that you unfortunately moved the plants directly from indirect light to full sun too quickly; like people, leaves can suffer from "sunburn". For example, when I move my seedlings from under lights in the basement to the outdoors in Spring, I first put them in complete shade and then gradually ...


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If they look wilted and dried out and if that's the only thing that's changed for these plants then yes - Monstera Deliciosa which is the top plant that you have there is a tropical plant that lives under tree's canopy's. It loves warm weather and high humidity but it does not like direct intense sunlight. If the light is too intense it definitely could burn ...


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