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Monstera Standleyana is a stunning climber. It has dark green, shiny leaves. Also, Monstera Standleyana ‘Aurea variegata’ is a variegated form of the species. The leaves are ovate and slightly asymmetrical, glabrous and lustrous, and ovate and somewhat asymmetrical.
Variegation can take the form of dots, splodges, or strokes, and it differs from leaf to leaf.
Your indoor ladder will be twisted by one of these plants. Alternatively, you can hang the vines from your hanging pot. It produces the holey leaves that every plant lover adores. Take a look at the basic information about Monstera Standleyana plant care:
Monstera Standleyana Plant Care Basics
It might be tough to understand where to begin with plant care if you don’t know where to start. But you’ll notice all the amazing benefits of being a plant parent once you understand the basics of plant care and establish a routine.
To help you care for your new plant kids, we’ve highlighted some top plant care techniques below for you:
Best Potting Mix
Monstera Standleyana likes soil that permits water to drain at a reasonable rate. It doesn’t drain too quickly or slowly. The plant’s roots will become waterlogged and develop ‘wet feet’ if they receive too much water.
‘Wet feet’ always result in rot, which eventually kills your plant. Another factor to remember is that the roots of the plant require oxygen. A lack of oxygen going to the roots might occur when the soil is too thick and does not drain well.
Before watering the plant, make sure the surface of the soil is dehydrated. Monstera Standleyana prefers to be appropriately and generously watered. If you miss one watering, it will not suffer as much damage if you overwater it. Never let the soil sit in water for a long time since this will cause rot disease.
A lot of queries are about how Monstera Standleyana leaves to curl. This is a sign of overexposure to light, and the leaves are likely pleading for assistance. Relocate the pot to a less sunny location. Your plant will become healthy again in a day or two.
The plant prefers warmer temperatures because it originally came from warm areas. Avoid dropping below 65 degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees Celsius). This will either slow or stop the growth of your plant.
You shouldn’t over-fertilize it because the heavy salts that remain in the soil will cause your plant to dry up and perhaps die. Look for an organic fertilizer for your houseplants. It is recommended that you fertilize it three times a year since this will help it develop much faster.
Fertilize it cautiously and at least 15 cm away from the plant’s base. Also, never do it in the winter, when most plants don’t require food during those days.
Stem cutting is required to propagate a Monstera Standleyana. Only do this type of plant propagation in the spring. Monstera Standleyana can also be cultivated in water. Put the stem in water to make your plant look even more enjoyable!
Monstera Standleyana’s runner or vines can reach a staggering 20 feet in length in their natural habitat ( tropical and jungle canopy environment ). However, they can only achieve this size in regions where they can grow straight up. An indoor Monstera Standleyana can reach a height of two to five feet.
The leaves can reach a length of six to nine inches and are approximately five inches wide. If you want to see its full maturity, give them enough room to grow like in your garden or in your foliage-landscaped backyard.
Monstera Standleyana Potting
Free-moving roots in large pots are preferred by indoor plants. Every year, inspect the pots’ bases. Consider repotting to a larger container if the roots sprout out of the drainage holes or become tightly packed inside. Don’t forget to think about the drainage once more!
You’ll need containers with enough drainage holes to allow all of the excess water to drain.
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