Wilting and browning or yellowing of leaves.
The wilting of leaves is a water related issue, either under- or overwatering. If your leaves are drooping and have brown edges, its due to underwatering and an irregular watering schedule. Yellowing leaves of money plant or philodendron are also a sign of either over watering or underwatering.
The most probable reason for slow growth in your plants is insufficient light and low fertilisation. While all our plants come with six months’ worth of slow releasing fertilisers, watering too frequently runs it out of the soil. Fertilise as suggested and provide sufficient light for better growth.
The Syngonium and Philodendron Oxy Green thrive with regular watering on a fixed schedule. Set a fixed weekly watering schedule when the soil grows out in between watering. While the money plant is more resistant than the other two and can withstand neglect, water it at least once a week for proper growth.