Monstera

Monstera Deliciosa Love Self-Watering Pots (But Remember to Let Them Dry Out Sometimes)

Monstera will thrive in self-watering plant pots, however, there are a few things we need to take into consideration. A …

This Is Why Your Monstera Only Has One Stem

Monstera naturally only have one stem. They’re vining plants, that usually only have one active growth point at once. A …

You Can Put Monstera Aerial Roots In Water (But You Might Not Want to)

I’ve touched on this topic a couple of times in other aerial roots articles, but I thought the whole ‘aerial …

Planet Houseplant’s Guide to Monstera Deliciosa Pests And Diseases

Houseplant pests, like house plants themselves, seem to have a preference when it comes to the environments they like, so …

How to Save A Monstera With Stem Rot

I did a post on corking, which is when the stem of your Monstera (a lot of plants do it …

You Can Keep A Monstera In a Terrarium (But Make Sure You Have A Plan B)

You can keep Monstera in a terrarium. They actually do very well in terrariums, but they do have a tendency …

How to Grow A Monstera In A Fish Tank

I already have an article on the general idea of keeping house plants in fish tank, but I wanted to …

10 Reasons Why Your Monstera has Stopped growing

Monstera tends to be touted as one of the fastest-growing plants, so it can be worrying when yours is refusing …

Everything You Ever Needed to Know About Monstera Species

Monstera are a very popular group of houseplants, but there are way more species than the standard deliciosa and adansonii …

Here Are All The Differences Between Monstera Deliciosa and Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma

One of my pet hates in this hobby is the gate-keepy nature of some of the people. Plants do tend …

The Ultimate Guide to Repotting Monstera

Repotting Monstera isn’t a difficult process, and they’re one of the more forgiving plants, but there can be a lot …

How to Make Sure Monstera Deliciosa Have Good Drainage

Yes, Monstera need drainage. But what does that mean? Drainage is one of those words that gets thrown about with …

20 Common Monstera Problems (and how to fix them)

I know that 20 sounds like a lot, but a lot of these are pretty easy to fix. Monstera are …

These Are The Differences Between Monstera Deliciosa & Monstera Adansonii

There are loads of differences between Monstera adansonii and deliciosa, such as: general appearance feeding requirements attitude towards pests price …

You Can Grow Monstera Fruit in the UK (But It Isn’t Easy)

No. Ok, not definitively no because I’m sure someone will be able to disprove me. They probably managed at Kew …

Here’s How to Save An Overwatered Monster

The most important thing you can do to save an overwatered Monstera is to help it regrow the rotted roots …

How to Grow a Monstera From Seed

Growing Monstera from seed is pretty easy, and they grow fast, especially in the first few months. The most difficult …

How to Make Monstera Bushier

Monstera aren’t naturally bushy plants – they’re vines that grow on one stem. But you can encourage bushier growth by …

When (And How) to Cut The Leaves Off Your Monstera Deliciosa

Cutting damaged leaves off Monstera isn’t necessary. However, it can reduce the likelihood of getting pests. Try to wait until …

This Is Why Your Monstera Deliciosa Isn’t Propagating

Monstera are a popular choice for first-time propagators and a pretty solid one. They root pretty easily in a variety …

How to Care For Variegated Monstera & FAQ

Variegated Monstera are easy to care for – you can treat them just as you would a regular green Monstera …