Does not appreciate direct sunlight. It is best to place it in a shady location. This plant does not like to be moved and turned.


From May to September once a month administer complete liquid fertilizer.


 Water regularly, but not too heavily. The roots must always be moist, but avoid stagnant water which favors root rot.



VP/17 H= 70 CM
VP/19 H= 100 CM
VP/21 H= 80 CM

VP/17 H= 70 CM

It is a perennial and evergreen climbing plant native to Mexico where it also reaches a height of 20 meters. It is commercially associated with the Philodendron from which it differs due to the diversity of the inflorescence. It is the ideal plant as a houseplant, very decorative and requires little care.

The leaves present the phenomenon of heterophyllia, i.e. the presence on the same plant of leaves of different shapes, depending on their age. Many species of Monstera in the juvenile stage are difficult to distinguish, given that the leaves all have an oblong-oblique lamina, with a sharp apex and entire margins, and the perforations (holes) in the lamina appear only in adult plants to let the lower levels of the plant light, air and humidity.

Among the various species there is the Monstera Adansonii, with smaller leaves, but larger holes of a lighter color than those of the Monstera Deliciosa, making it suitable for smaller spaces.