Tropical Monstera plants thrive in most home conditions. The monstera plants are known for their beautiful fenestration on the leaves. The plant has thick stemmed vines that support themselves on other vegetation in nature and produce long roots from the stem to supplement that support. It does well with weekly watering.
The plant comes in 170 mm nursery pot.
BRIGHTNESS: Find a balance between sun and shade. If Monstera is given too much sun, the leaves will yellow. If it’s left in the dark, the plant will exhibit something called negative phototropism, where new leaves grow towards the dark, rather than the light.
WATERING: Water Monstera moderately and evenly, about once a week. Wait until the soil is fairly dry before watering again. Keep in a fairly humid environment
FEED: Fertilise your plant during the growing season only, as is typical with most indoor plants.
REPOTTING: Re-pot the plant every year or two to ensure there’s enough nutrient-rich soil for your plant to thrive. Going up to a larger container will prevent the plant from getting root bound, but keep in mind that the plant will grow to fit its new roomier home.