Perhaps the Monstera Deliciosa is the IT plant of the moment. With its beautiful dark green leaves with the well-known holes it is a real winner! The Monstera Deliciosa can grow fairly quickly, so there is always something new to discover about your plant. And what’s more fun that seeing a small baby plant grow into a large Monstera!
The Monstera comes from the tropical rain forests of South America. Place the plant in a spot with sufficient light, but watch out for direct sunlight. That can affect the leaves. Water the plant once a week. It is better not to let the soil dry out completely between watering. With a small baby plant like this it is wise to keep a close eye on the plant. Watering too much happened easily, but is difficult to solve. A small plant has fewer options for processing too much water, compared to a large plant.
With the proper care this little Monstera Deliciosa will grow fast. Make sure that you re-pot the plant in time so that the roots can continue to grow. As the plant grows, the new leaves will gradually also form the well known holes. Most young leafs will not yet have this. When the plant starts to get real big you can re-pot it and put a moss pole in the center. A Monstera Deliciosa is a climbing plant and will really appreciate this. The plant will become bigger and bigger and the leaves will also get bigger with more and more holes.
Long story short: you’ll have so much joy of this little plant!