The Monstera Standleyana Variegata is a beautiful and rare plant. The long, pointed leaves have a dark green color with white stripes and spots.
To keep the Monstera Standleyana in top condition, it is useful to have some background information. The plant belongs to the Araceae family and is native to South America. The Monstera Standleyana is best placed in a light to shady place. In addition, water the plant once a week. The potting soil can be a bit drier between waterings. In general, the Monstera Standleyana is more resistant to dry soil rather than moist soil. In the spring and summer you can choose to feed the plant once a month. In general the Monstera Standleyana grows very fast. The Monstera Standleyana is planted on a moss stick, so that the plant can continue to grow.
The variegata on the leaves of the Monstera Standleyana is unique and therefore has a different pattern on each new leaf. The variegata in the leaf pattern depends on a number of factors such as: type of soil, degree of light and room temperature.
In short, the Monstera Standleyana Variegata is an easy houseplant. Fortunately, you don’t see this plant that often and is therefore a truly unique species. The Monstera Standleyana Variegata is a must-have for every plant lover!