Droopy Monstera

Droopy Monstera | How to Fix

By |2022-05-11T04:42:26+00:00May 9th, 2022|Troubleshooting|

Monstera plants are typically quite hardy, but every once in a while, you may find yourself dealing with a droopy monstera. The trouble with droopiness is that it can have many different causes. Some of these causes may require your attention and some won’t.  It’s important to understand how to [...]

Monstera Stem Rot

Monstera Stem Rot | Causes and Fixes

By |2022-05-13T10:20:41+00:00April 27th, 2022|Troubleshooting|

Monstera stem rot is a fungal disease that can severely damage or even kill your monstera if it’s not treated quickly. However, if you catch stem rot before it progresses past the point of no return, you can still save your plant and bring it back to full health. Prevention [...]

Are Monsteras Toxic to Dogs

Are Monsteras Toxic to Dogs?

By |2022-05-13T09:42:17+00:00April 18th, 2022|Plant Care, Troubleshooting|

For dog lovers who also want houseplants, the question “Are monsteras toxic to dogs?” is a hot topic.  And, unfortunately, the answer is…yes. All monstera species (and most aroids, honestly) are toxic to dogs, cats, and humans.  But just how toxic are monstera plants for dogs? Can you find a [...]


Monstera Deliciosa Plant Care Guide

By |2022-05-13T06:32:48+00:00February 11th, 2022|Plant Care, Troubleshooting|

When you hear “monstera,” you probably think of a Monstera deliciosa, the plant with those iconic slotted leaves that are all over social media and printed on everything from clothing to patio furniture. Monstera deliciosa is a star in the plant world, and for good reason! It’s absolutely stunning and [...]

In this article, we’ll show you how to recognize and treat scale on monstera plants so you can bring your plant back to full health.

Scale on Monstera | How to Identify and Treat It

By |2022-02-11T09:51:03+00:00December 29th, 2021|Troubleshooting|

While most monstera plants are fairly easygoing and simple to care for, they are still susceptible to infestations from certain household pests! One possible invader is scale, a type of insect that can attach to your monstera and suck the juices out of the leaves and stems. If left untreated, [...]