Needs bright light
It has medium leaves.
Its leaves have only 1 color
Recommended for bathroom
Looks great as a hanging plant
This plant is toxic if ingested
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Monstera Peru care
Monstera Peru survives in low light conditions but it doesn't grow much. Remember that low-light doesn't mean without light.
On the other hand, if you planted your monstera in a plastic pot, you will have to water it less because the substrate remains more humid. When using a plastic pot, there is a greater danger of overwatering your plant and therefore killing it.
A recommended place to put your monsteras is the bathroom, because it is a place that tends to be humid most of the day.
A slow-release granular fertilizer is recommended. Find one which is a balanced NPK with a good level of magnesium in it. It’s preferable to use one with organic nitrogen sources as those are more easily used by the plant.
You must use well-draining soil.
Place your monstera peru in the bathroom because it's a room with high humidity.
Don't provide more than 1-2 hours of direct morning sun.
Use a totem to make your Monstera Peru climb.
Wipe the leaves with a damp cloth and gently dry to keep them clean and healthy.
Keep it away from pets and children because Monstera Peru is highly toxic if ingested.