Pot Size: Approx. 15cm(Ø) x 24cm(H)
Pot color and size may vary and change subject to availability
Monsteras are often called Swiss cheese plants or vines for their leaves’ lacy holes and notches, and adansonii is arguably the cheesiest of them all.
- Its leaves are more perforated and delicate than deliciosa‘s and the plant is petite in comparison.
- And though all Monsteras are considered vines, adansonii has a trailing quality that makes it a good pick for hanging baskets or training around a room.
- This variegated version of this Monstera is popular for its lovely dual tone foliage.
- Put the plant near a window where it will receive bright, but indirect, sunlight.
- It tolerates low light, but grows faster and becomes more dramatic in a bright spot.
- That said, avoid strong, direct sunlight because it may burn the leaves.
- When its soil becomes dry to a depth of 1-2”, water your monstera directly into the pot so not to moisten foliage and just enough to keep the soil from completely drying out.
- Monstera is somewhat drought tolerant, so you don’t need to worry about keeping up with the watering all the time.
- Don’t allow the pot to stand in water, as this will cause root rot.
- Plant it in a pot with drainage holes using a standard potting soil that contains peat.
- Peat helps to trap moisture without becoming waterlogged.
- For best results, feed your plant once a month throughout the spring and summer.
- A little bit of food will go a long way to encourage growth and root health.
- No fertilizer is necessary during the winter—it’s important to give your Monstera a chance to rest during the cooler time of year.
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