I was given a very large Monstera Deliciosa sprawling out of a pot, and maybe have totally killed it all or maybe can save some of it? The original had about 5 large petioles with 1-3 leaves each, coming out of tangled stems winding in and out of the soil bed. Here and there there's buds, and lots of dry root shoots. I figured I should split them into different pots, and it all went down hill from there. On a Thursday I put the big original pot into the bathtub, and started wiggling my fingers in to grab the root bulb and bring it up out of the soil. I found that the stem tangle was really 3 separate pieces, and began pulling off dirt clods and figuring out how to untangle the roots. Around then my wife came home freezing cold and wanted a bath immediately so I started hurrying to clean up and promptly knocked a jar of tea onto the floor, adding wet glass shards to all the dirt and dried plant bits. Marital melodrama ensued, which resulted in the hapless Monstera(s) spending the night outside in the trash bin. Friday morning I brought them back inside, with some torn leaves and broken petioles, and should have immediately asked for advice... but it was been a frantic week so I just tried what I could in the time that I had, only later realizing how big a difference there is between hardy spider plants and elegant Monsteras, who responded very poorly as the days went on... Saturday and Sunday they sat indoors with the root bulb sitting in a big huge bin with a bucket of dirt below it and a bucket of dirt poured onto it, and the petioles and leaves draped over some chairs. Monday and Tuesday I poured a half bucket of water onto the bulb a little after lunch time. Tuesday night they went outdoors and had cold night and brisk day, in direct sun for the morning, still in the big bin, until Wednesday evening when I drained the water out, laid the petioles and leaves out flat on a patio bench, and covered them with fleece through the next very cold night. Thursday I separated the root bulb, planted the three biggest chunks with the longest petioles in two pots, and watered them thoroughly. I put the other shorter stem sections into vases and jars of water. They've been indoors since, with big leaves going from wilted to yellow to dry to dead. The stems in water seem mostly the same -- the large ones are laid out on the towel, and the smaller shown in their jars. Is there anything I can do or have I slaughtered them all?