Monstera esqueleto plant care is a little more advanced than caring for many other monstera species. Learn more in this care guide.

Monstera Esqueleto Plant Care Guide

By |2021-09-07T10:58:24+00:00August 19th, 2021|Monstera Varieties|

Monstera esqueleto plant care is a little more advanced than caring for many other monstera species like the hardy and flashy Monstera deliciosa or the easygoing and rapidly growing Monstera adansonii. But if you're up for it, Monstera esqueleto will reward you with plenty of beautiful, delicately fenestrated leaves that [...]

Here’s everything you need to know about monstera Peru plant care so you can bring this beautiful variety into your indoor jungle.

A Guide to Monstera Peru Plant Care | Monstera Karstenianum

By |2021-09-07T11:24:32+00:00July 30th, 2021|Monstera Varieties, Plant Care|

Monstera Peru (also known as monstera karstenianum) is an unusual monstera species that doesn't produce the fenestrated leaves usually associated with monsteras. Instead, this small variety has small, rounded, somewhat leathery leaves that are puckered and ridged, similar to some species of peperomia.  This plant originated in Peru, which is [...]

Monstera pH level

What pH Level Is Best for Monstera Plants?

By |2021-09-07T11:40:07+00:00July 29th, 2021|Plant Care|

All plant lovers know that soil is an important part of keeping your houseplants healthy. While some plants are happy to grow in almost any kind of soil, others have more particular needs. A factor that affects how well a plant grows in a particular soil is the pH level. [...]

Monstera epipremnoides, also called monstera esqueleto. If you’re a fan of monstera adansonii, you’ll love this variety because its leaves look very similar, only bigger!

Monstera Epipremnoides Plant Care

By |2021-09-07T11:53:23+00:00July 15th, 2021|Uncategorized|

One of the new popular monstera varieties on the block is monstera epipremnoides, also called monstera esqueleto. If you're a fan of monstera adansonii, you'll love this variety because its leaves look very similar, only bigger!  Like the leaves of monstera adansonii, the leaves of the epipremnoides are also slender [...]

Monstera aerial roots form above the surface and higher up on the plant. Learn more about monstera aerial roots and keep your plant happy!

Monstera Aerial Roots: Everything You Need to Know

By |2021-09-07T12:09:24+00:00June 29th, 2021|Plant Care|

Some plants—especially climbing plants like monsteras—don't just grow roots under the surface of the soil. These plants also grow aerial roots, or roots that form above the surface and higher up on the plant. Here's everything you ever wanted to know about monstera aerial roots so you can keep your [...]

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