In its native habitat of tropical Central and South America, Monstera dubia is a creeping vine that climbs trees and large plants. Juvenile plants are characterized by small heart-shaped leaves with both light green and dark green variegation and the leaves lie flat against whatever they are growing on. In contrast, mature Monstera dubia plants, which are usually only seen in the wild, closely resemble Monstera deliciosas with large fenestrations and no variegation. Unlike juvenile Monstera dubia leaves, the mature leaves hang from the vines.
- Light Conditions: Bright, Indirect sun
- Soil & Watering: Water every 1-2 weeks
Plants are constantly growing, ever-changing, and therefore unique. The plant you see in the photo is an example of the plant you will receive. If you would like us to send it in a white or black pot, please select this in the drop-down menu above.