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Medium size guide:
• Nursery Pot Ø: 17cm
• Fits our medium pots
• Recommended decorative pot Ø: 18-21cm
• Approx plant height: 30cm
Large size guide:
• Nursery Pot Ø: 21cm
• Fits our large pots
• Recommended decorative pot Ø: 22-15cm
• Approx plant height: 70cm
How to care
How to care
Your Monstera Deliciosa can live in low to bright, dappled indirect light. Prolonged exposure to bright direct sunlight may burn and scorch their leaves. Growth will be slower in low light environments.
Your Monstera Deliciosa enjoys weekly waterings. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings, especially during the winter - when you might only need to water your plant fortnightly.
Monstera Deliciosa enjoys a humid environment, which is why we recommend frequent misting of its leaves. Alternatively, you can place your plant close to other plants, which increases the humidity of the air around them.
Sad Plant Signs
Yellowing leaves: suggests your Monstera Deliciosa has been getting too much light or has suffered from moisture shock. Browning leaves: indicates your plant has been getting too little light or has suffered from low humidity.
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Monsteras love bright, indirect light and will grow quickly so make sure you give them room to vine and thrive. This wild, tropical plant is very tolerant and won't mind the occasional missed watering session, making it an ideal addition for any home and makes a great beginner plant.
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Monsteras originate from the tropical rainforests of southern Mexico and are a species of evergreen tropical vine that is a part of Araceae, the aroid family. Monsteras grow from the forest floor and vine up trees to absorb more light. They have holes in their leaves so they can increase their surface area and catch more sun-flecks. This wild, tropical plant is better known as the ""swiss cheese plant"" because of these holes. Depending on the maturity of the plant and seasonality, your Monstera could have no holes yet, and as it grows you will see these develop.
Hard To Kill
Characteristics Nearly Indestructible
Characteristics Detoxifying power
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