Monstera Pinnatipartita


Monstera Pinnatipartita is an evergreen climbing plant with big leaves originally from South America. It has divided leaves when it matures and produces white waxy flowers. Monstera Pinnatipartita must be placed away from the direct sun because it will burn its leaves, and far from pets and children because it's mildly toxic if ingested. It is so recommended to use totems or to place it in a spot where it can trail to maximize its growth.

Monstera Pinnatipartita is also known as monstera pinnatipartita, swiss cheese plant, mexican plant, hurricane plant.

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Monstera Pinnatipartita care

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    Light exposure

    Monstera Pinnatipartita can grow about anywhere in your home! It tolerates low light, but you may notice leggy growth and darker leaves as a result.

    To see your monstera growing best and fast, place it in a bright but indirect spot. If you want to to spread, use totems to make it trail.

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    Water your Monstera Pinnatipartita when its soil becomes dry to a half finger. It's important to have well-draining soil and don't use universal soil because it tends to become soggy after watering it a few times and it produces root rot.

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    This plant will thrive in almost any environment, but if you want to give it a special treat, gently mist it once a week. Itโ€™s best to mist your Monstera in the morning so the water has plenty of time to evaporate before evening.

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    For best results, feed your Monstera Pinnatipartita once a month throughout the spring and summer. Give to your plant a rest during the winter so it's full of energy during the spring.

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    • 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 roots are not the type of roots that damage walls or surfaces.
    • Rotate your Monstera periodically.