Monstera standleyana 4"


Monstera standleyana 4"

A very rare and difficult to obtain plant. 

Monstera standleyana, also known as the Five Holes Plant, is a species of flowering plant from family Araceae, which can be found in Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.

The standleyana is often mistaken for the philodendron because it is similar in appearance.

Although it is related to the philodendron, it is not the same genus. 

The Monstera standleyana has roots that grow fast.

Because of this, you'll need to re-pot your plant once a year during spring.

Every year you'll notice roots growing out of the drainage holes of the pot.

Keep your standleyana humid by running a humidifier, using a pebble tray, or misting the leaves daily.

Only feed your plant three times a year, and use high-quality Fertilizer.

You can grow more plants by stem cutting or root division.

Monstera standleyana needs indirect sunlight.

For the balance between sunlight and shade, try hanging it near a north or east-facing window.

A south-facing window will provide too much direct sunlight.

Not enough light is as bad as not enough water.

First, the plant will stop growing.

And if it continues to have a lack of light, it will wither away.

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