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Monstera adansonii With Self-Watering Pot
How to care for your Monstera
To care for a Monstera, follow these steps. In addition, this article will explain how to water a Monstera and its light, temperature, and humidity requirements, as well as any additional care it may require to develop.
Your Monstera Adansonii loves bright, indirect light. It can live in low-light environments, although growth may be slowed. Keep the leaves out of direct sunlight for lengthy periods since it can burn them.
Your Monstera Adansonii likes to dry out to around 75% before being watered again. Never let your plant lie in wet or moist soil since this can cause root rot and eventually death.
Improve soil fertility while the plant is actively developing by scraping some compost into two soil without disturbing the plant’s roots. Then, every once a month, feed the plant a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer For Growing, diluted at a rate of 1 teaspoon/litre of water.
Your Monstera Adansonii will thrive in typical household humidity, but it will benefit from a humidity increase. Misting, having a humidifier nearby, or utilizing a pebble tray are all excellent ways to increase humidity in your plant.
Average indoor temperatures of 60-80 degrees Fahrenheit are ideal for your Monstera Adansonii. However, it will not withstand temperatures below 55 degrees Fahrenheit or abrupt temperature dips. In the winter, avoid chilly drafts and direct airflow from heaters.
These plants adore vines and climbing. You may train your Monstera Adansonii to climb a stake or a wall if you like. Use garden ties or hooks to guide it to the desired location.
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