Growing with Monstera

Large, lush leaves
Survivor
Browns easily

Monsteras are wonderful plants, but they rather grow at a slow pace, so don’t expect those big, lushy leaves of social networks unless your Monstera is old enough :) Monstera deliciosa thrives nicely on bright, indirect light and can even tolerate direct light when exposed correctly (step by step). Borsigniana does better with no direct sunlight at all. Both like high-humidity environments which can be achieved by spraying their leaves once a week. Transplant once a year, plant food for leafy plants once a month on spring and summer. They can grow freely but they’re rather invasive, so you’d probably need a plant tutor.