Monstera Deliciosa Humidity Requirements

Monstera deliciosa are happy in a range of humidity levels – anything above 40% is fine for them. However, they can benefit from having higher humidity levels, and if you’re struggling to convince your Monstera to grow, increasing the humidity can give it a boost. Before investing in a humidifier or misting your plant or …

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Monstera Deliciosa Light Requirements

There’s a lot of conflicting information about this because whilst it’s possible to keep Monstera deliciosa in low light, they grow much bigger and faster in bright light. You’ll struggle to get those big, fenestrated leaves if you keep your Monstera in anything less than bright light. Medium or low light will result in leggy …

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Monstera Deliciosa – The Ultimate Guide

Monstera deliciosa is probably the most popular houseplant you can buy, and for good reason. They’re easy to care for, look amazing, and for a tropical plant, don’t need that tropical of an environment. Fun fact: it was actually the first plant profiled by the International Aroid Society. The history, geography, and biology of Monstera …

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How to Tell If Your Monstera Is Variegated

A Monstera is variegated if it has patches/splashes of white, yellow, or green on the leaves. A Monstera is still variegated if the stem is all green, but don’t be surprised if you get a couple of splashes of white and then it reverts to all green. Sport hunting is the closest us houseplant enthusiasts …

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How to Tell If Your Monstera Is Growing A New Leaf

Working out whether your Monstera is growing a new leaf isn’t as easy as it is with, say, Pothos, because Monsteras prepare a new leaf as soon as the most recent leaf has emerged, but it’s anyone’s guess how long it’s going to take to emerge. (Beginner’s guide to Monstera deliciosa here). It often looks …

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