Monstera are extremely hardy and easy to grow, and they can grow in low light. They can’t, however, grow in NO light, and they won’t thrive in low light. But they probably won’t die either. Monstera deliciosa are a dream for new plant parents. They’ll: tolerate a bit of overwatering, tolerate a lot of underwatering, … Read more Can Monstera live in low light?
Monstera are extremely hardy house plants, that are difficult to kill unless you overwater them or put them in a room with no windows. That being said, Monstera will die if you leave outside over winter if temperatures dip below 15C/60F. If you live in a tropical climate, of course you can grow the outside. … Read more Can Monstera live outside?
This is not clickbait. I promise. And it has nothing to so with watering or humidity or anything like that. Although those are very important. Especially humidity, which a lot of people overlook. So here it is. The one thing you can do to best know how to keep your plant alive: Research how and … Read more This is the best single tip I can give you for keeping house plants alive
First of all BREATH. We’re going to get to the bottom of what causing black or brown spots to appear on your Monstera. This is going to be fine. There are 8 reasons why your monstera is developing black or brown spot on its leaves: Root rot Dehydration Sunburn Physical damage It’s too cold You’ve … Read more Why does my monstera have black spots?
Ok, so you’ve ascertained that house plant isn’t happy, but you’re pretty sure it’s not dead. Yet. I know it’s tempting to just keep watering and hoping for the best, but I promise you’ll probably just kill it faster. You need to properly tend to its every need – not just what you think it … Read more How do you revive a dying house plant?