A smaller, daintier substitute for the more common Monstera deliciosa, this plant is equally easy to care for without taking up as much space. The adansonii loves bright, non-direct light and should be watered around once a week. Like its cousin the Monstera, it has holes in its leaves, but the holes are much more plentiful, and the leaves are much smaller. In nature, this plant grows as a vine, and can be trained to grow up a support or kept in a hanging pot as a trailing plant.
Plant height approximately 1'
Sunlight - Thrives in bright, non-direct light; can tolerate medium light
Watering - Allow top few inches of soil to dry between watering
- While the diameter of the plant’s pot (8") is consistent, the overall height and width will vary from plant to plant and depends on nature itself.
- This plant is sold in a hanging plastic grower’s pot.