When to pot up the monstera?
Pot up the monstera when there are multiple roots that are at least a few inches long each.
Leaves that are drooping or discoloring can be an indication that the plant needs fresh soil through repotting.
You can repot a Monstera at any time of the year, but the best season to do it is before spring.
Use a well-draining mix and keep the humidity up. But avoid letting the soil dry up for the first few weeks once you have transferred the plant.