Monstera Adansonii Care
The Monstera Adansonii is a vining plant related to the Monstera Deliciosa, but has smaller leaves and grows slower.
Plant your Adansonii in a pot that has a drainage hole. The pot size you choose depends on how big you want your plant to grow!
Use a generic, high quality potting soil. If your soil has a high peat moss content, just know it will hold in more moisture.
Only provide your Adansonii with medium, indirect light to low light. This one is about 12ft away from a south facing window.
Bright indirect ligh is best, because full sun will scorch the leaves.
Water your Adansonii about once a week in the summer and about twice a month in winter.
Always check the soil moisture before watering and never water on a set schedule without checking or you could overwater!
Finally, Adansonii need high humidity (60%). Brown tips are a sign the air is too dry.
Watch this Jumprope for 6 ways to increase humidity if you are getting brown tips!
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