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Monstera Adansonii Mint Europe – Rare

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Light

Monsteras thrive best in bright indirect light. It will tolerate much lower light conditions, but will grow much more slowly if at all. Do not expose your Monstera to direct light or you might risk crispy, burnt leaves.

Water

Monsteras like their soil to stay moist, but never wet. Water when the top half of the soil is dry to the touch.

Most Monsteras will tolerate drying out if you miss a watering, but try not to overdo it or you might cause its roots to shrivel up and rot when watered again. When its leaves look droopy is when you should water your Monstera at the latest, but it is better not to let it get to that point all too often!

Also, do not water your Monstera when the top half of the soil is still moist or you will risk root rot. Always remove excess water from the saucer to avoid the plant sitting in water.

Humidity

Monsteras are tropical plants and will appreciate high humidity. However, they make for such great houseplants because they do not require it to thrive. Moderate humidity 50% will work well for most Monsteras.

Temperature

Monsteras, being tropical plants, prefer temperatures of no lower than 15 and no higher than 30 degrees Celsius. Ideally, they should be grown in usual household temperatures.

Soil

Monsteras love growing in a very well-draining, loose substrate, such as our Aroid Potting Mix, which was developed specifically for plants in the Aroid family.

If you prefer mixing soil yourself, we recommend a mix of 1/3 bark, 1/3 perlite and 1/3 coco coir.

Toxicity

Monsteras are toxic to pets and humans when ingested. Typically, ingestion will cause stomach irritation and potentially vomiting.

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