Split Leaf Monstera Houseplant
Split Leaf Monstera Houseplant
Split Leaf Monstera Houseplant
Split Leaf Monstera Houseplant
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Split Leaf Monstera Houseplant

Price: 24.95
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Each Quart-Sized Pot contains 1 Split Leaf Monstera Plant
Plant Features

Welcome the striking and dramatic Split Leaf Monstera (Monstera deliciosa) into your indoor garden - a captivating display of tropical beauty. Renowned for its grand, glossy leaves adorned with natural split and perforations, this spectacular species stands approximately 3-8 feet tall, making a bold statement in any home decor. The plant's unmistakable, unique leaf patterns mimic the shadows of tropical rainforest canopies, earning it the well-deserved nickname, Swiss Cheese Plant.

The Split Leaf Monstera is surprisingly easy to care for, given its exotic appearance. This iconic plant, with its artistic, cut-out leaves, thrives in many indoor conditions and is quite forgiving to those new to the plant parenthood journey.

Care Notes:

  • LIGHT: Monstera deliciosa does best in bright, indirect sunlight but can tolerate medium light conditions. Excessive direct sunlight can scorch its magnificent leaves.
  • TEMPERATURE: This tropical plant enjoys warm indoor temperatures, ideally between 65-80°F. Keep it away from drafty areas, such as air-conditioning vents or open windows in the winter.
  • SOIL: A well-draining potting mix is ideal for this rainforest native. A mixture of peat, perlite, and compost would provide a good balance of drainage and moisture retention.
  • WATER: The Split Leaf Monstera likes its soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Wait until the top 2 inches of soil are dry before watering thoroughly, and adjust based on the season and the plant's growth rate.
  • FEEDING: During the growing season (spring and summer), feed your Monstera deliciosa with a balanced houseplant fertilizer every month. Reduce feeding to every other month during the dormant period in fall and winter.
  • CLEANING: For a clean, lustrous look, gently wipe the large leaves with a damp cloth to remove dust.
  • PROPAGATION: If you're up for more of these tropical beauties, propagate your Monstera by taking stem cuttings, ensuring to include at least one node, and rooting them in water or soil.


  • Exercise caution with the Split Leaf Monstera as it can be toxic if ingested. It's best to keep it out of reach from pets and small children.

So, let the Split Leaf Monstera charm your living space with its unique tropical appeal. This captivating houseplant creates a dynamic focal point while requiring minimal care!

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