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How to Water Monstera Deliciosa – Our Top Tips!

Monstera Deliciosa is indigenous to the tropical forest of Central America. It got its name due to the unique style of its leaves. This evergreen and easy to grow houseplant is a favorite of many interior designers. When it flowers, the blooms are arum-like with the 10-inch spadix enveloped by a thick white spathe.   …

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When to Repot a Monstera? Explained!

With its round leaves and stylish appearance, Monstera is an eminent plant native to Central America and thrives in tropical forests. This species comes from the Arum family, and the most popular of its kind is Monstera Deliciosa. According to Chinese legends, these plants represent life and dignity. Beginners find that growing Monstera plants is …

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Monstera Deliciosa Pricing: Here’s What to Expect

With their broad, heart shaped leaves and glossy green foliage, Monstera deliciosa plants are incredibly trendy right now. Due to the holes (fenestrations) they develop in their leaves as they age, they also go by names like Swiss Cheese Plant or Split Leaf Philodendron. Unfortunately, their popularity means they can end up being a little …

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Monstera Borsigiana Aurea Care – The Unicorn Guide

(image credit, IG garden.in.my.room) If you are a fan of yellow variegated Monstera plants, Monstera Borsigiana Aurea is for you. This beauty, though not as common, is just as charming as its fellow Monstera plants. The Monstera Borsigiana Aurea is fairly easy to care for. It requires bright indirect sunlight and has average watering needs. …

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Monstera Subpinnata Care in a Nutshell

Monstera Subpinnata is a fragmented leaf plant from Ecuador that looks elegant.  The foliage is widely segmented and leaves 12 inches long and 8 inches wide when fully grown. As it climbs, the vine appears to remain narrow and thin—a brilliant foliage plant and with its fern-like foliage distinct from many other Monsteras. Monstera Subphinnata is …

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