Monstera Care

Monstera Care

Monstera Care

Monstera make some of the most stunning houseplants. They are easy to grow indoors, leafy, and can get quite large making them a great choice for anyone that wants to bring in some jungle vibes. 

Popular varieties include: Adansonii, Minima, Deliciosa, shop all Monstera


  • Very bright indirect light 


  • Water every 7-10 days or so, when top 2 inches of soil are dry
  • Thick tube like roots can rot if left sitting in too wet if conditions 


  • Humidity is not necessary but is beneficial 
  • A daily misting is helpful

Soil Type: 

  • Requires well draining, fertile soil
  • 1 part potting mix 1 part orchid bark, 1 part perlite, 1/2 part charcoal

Toxicity Level: 

  • Toxic to animals 

Additional Information:

  • Grows under trees in the wild, so they need a moss pole or stake to climb up eventually 
  • Adansonii variety can hang down from a hanging pot instead of climbing 
  • Easily propagated from stem cuttings
  • Glossy leaves collect dust, so a dusting with a microfiber cloth or duster is beneficial
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