Help with Monstera adansonii


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Hello! I have three Monstera adansonii cuttings that I'm trying to root in water, but so far I'm not having much success. One cutting has had two leaves turn yellow and the few green leaves are droopy and seem unhealthy looking. I change the water every few days and it seems to get adequate light near the window, so I'm not sure why it's unhappy. The other two cuttings seem fine for now but I'm worried they'll have the same problems - and I've been really looking forward to having a healthy Monstera! I would so appreciate any advice on how to keep these guys happy.
 

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I have had more luck rooting them directly in soil, but maybe it's just me. They don't seem to like water very much!
 
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