Monstera Adansonii

Monstera Adansonii

SKU: RATH-MONSTERA-S Categories: , ,

25.99

  • Light watering He’s not very demanding. Check him weekly and if the top two inches of his soil feel dry, give him a drink.
  • Medium light He’ll be fine in anything from light shade to bright, indirect light. He grows faster in good light.
  • Humidity Keep his leaves moist and he’ll be a happy boy. Put him in a bright bathroom or mist him every few days.
  • As he grows, Wallace will become an amazing trailing vine. If you want to keep him compact, just trim him back. It won’t harm him.

About Monstera adansonii

This plant gives you all the pleasure of a monstera obliqua without the price tag! Monstera adansonii is a relative of the larger Swiss Cheese plant & it has the same irregular leaves. In the jungles of Central and South America, it lives in the shade of other trees. All those holes let light shine through to its lower leaves. As a house plant, all those holes just make it look really cool.It’s very easy to look after. Give it a medium level of light and moderate watering. In spring and summer, it will appreciate a monthly feed with liquid fertiliser.Did you know?Its common name comes from its apparent resemblance to a monkey’s face. We’re not sure the person who named it had ever seen a monkey.

Extra Information:

  • Light watering He’s not very demanding. Check him weekly and if the top two inches of his soil feel dry, give him a drink.
  • Medium light He’ll be fine in anything from light shade to bright, indirect light. He grows faster in good light.
  • Humidity Keep his leaves moist and he’ll be a happy boy. Put him in a bright bathroom or mist him every few days.
  • As he grows, Wallace will become an amazing trailing vine. If you want to keep him compact, just trim him back. It won’t harm him.

About Monstera adansonii

This plant gives you all the pleasure of a monstera obliqua without the price tag! Monstera adansonii is a relative of the larger Swiss Cheese plant & it has the same irregular leaves. In the jungles of Central and South America, it lives in the shade of other trees. All those holes let light shine through to its lower leaves. As a house plant, all those holes just make it look really cool.It’s very easy to look after. Give it a medium level of light and moderate watering. In spring and summer, it will appreciate a monthly feed with liquid fertiliser.Did you know?Its common name comes from its apparent resemblance to a monkey’s face. We’re not sure the person who named it had ever seen a monkey.