Monstera Adansonii is famous because of the unique foliage, survives in low-light spots and its easy care which makes it a perfect plant for beginners. Monstera Adansonii is often confused with Monstera Obliqua due to both have holes in their leaves. It's mildly toxic if ingested so you better keep an eye on your pets or children and thanks to its aerial roots it climbs trees, totems, wood or whatever it has nearby.
Monstera Adansonii is also known as monstera adansonii, swiss cheese plant, mexican plant, hurricane plant, monstera friedrichsthalii.
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How to take care of a Monstera Adansonii
Monstera Adansonii, like Monstera Deliciosa can grow about anywhere in your home! It tolerates low light, but you may notice leggy growth as a result.
To see Monstera Adansonii growing best and fast, place it in a bright but indirect spot. Monsteras use their aerial roots to climb through totems, wood and similar.
Monsteras like humid soil so you know you can water it when the first few inches are starting to feel dry. A pot with a drainage hole with a well-draining soil can be helpful in maintaining the correct moisture level.
Monstera Adansonii are humidity lovers but they do well in average room humidity, but if you want to give it a special treat, gently mist it once a week. It’s best to mist your Monstera in the morning so the water has plenty of time to evaporate before the evening.
For best results, feed your Monstera Deliciosa once a month throughout the spring and summer. Give your plant a rest during the winter.
- Mist the leaves to increase humidity.
- Wipe the leaves with a damp cloth and gently dry to keep them clean and healthy.
- Don't let your Monstera remain in water.
- Monstera Adansonii roots are not the type of roots that damage walls or surfaces.
- Rotate your Monstera Adansonii periodically.
Videos explaining how to take care of a monstera
The videos might not be about exactly the same plant, but the same variety. In most cases, this not relevant because many of the varieties have the same requirements.