The Mini / Ginny Monstera (Swiss Cheese plant).
Light: can live in low to bright, dappled indirect light. Prolonged exposure to bright direct sunlight may burn and scorch their leaves.
Low light environments = Slow Growth
Water: weekly waterings & frequent misting. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings, especially during the winter - when you might only need to water your plant fortnightly.
- You can easily propagate your monstera deliciosa in water from a stem and leaf cutting. Make sure you cut just below a node on the stem.
- Yellowing leaves: suggests your Mini Monstera has been getting too much light or has suffered from moisture shock.
- Browning leaves: indicates your plant has been getting too little light or has suffered from low humidity.
*This plant does not come in a ceramic pot*