Details[ Pot Size: 6'' | Height: 12" - 16'' ]
Commonly known as the Swiss Cheese plant, the Monstera Deliciosa is a low-maintenance climbing evergreen with lush, unique foliage.
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Plants Indoor Foliage Plants Botanical Name Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma Geographic Origin Southern Thailand and Malaysia Growth Rate Fast Great For Moderate Sunlight Features Unique foliage Light Icon Indirect Light Text Prefers bright, indirect light but can tolerate low light as well. Avoid direct sunlight. Growth will be slower in low light environments. Water Icon Two Drops Water Text About once a week. Allow soil to mostly dry out—but not completely. Water less often in winter. If leaves develop brown tips, air may be too dry and misting may help. Difficulty Icon Easy Difficulty Text Easy! Just make sure the plant isn't in direct sunlight and don't overwater. Fertilizer Text Feed with a mild liquid, indoor plant fertilizer about 1-2 times a month during the growing season. Do not fertilize in winter. Temperature Icon Warm Temperature Text Prefers warm conditions above 60°F. Keep away from drafty windows and air conditioners. Soil Text A peaty All-Purpose potting soil with good drainage works best. Pruning Text Prune yellow or damaged stems down to soil level. To propagate, cut just below a node on the stem and place in water. Pet Friendly Icon Not Pet Friendly Pet Friendly Text Sorry! Mini Monstera is toxic to both people and animals. Flowers Water Change vase water every other day (add flower food to the new water if available). All should be submerged.
If your flowers came in a basket or other container with foam, add fresh water every day.
Flowers Light/Temperature Display your bouquet or flower arrangement in a cool, draft-free area.
Avoid direct sunlight, which causes the flowers to die more quickly.
Flowers Pruning Immediately remove dead or wilting leaves and stems.
Recut your flower and foliage stems just before putting them back into new water.