Philodendron 'Monstera' 6 Inch

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Split-leaf Philodendron isn't technically a philodendron, but it is as user-friendly as its cousin when it comes to growing indoors. Without sufficient indirect light, Monstera's leaves may not split or will become leggy, so choose a well-lighted room with indirect sun. This house plant is a climber and as it matures, you will most likely need to provide support in the form of a trellis or plant stakes.  

Common Name: Split-leaf Philodendron
Mature Size: 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide, unless it tries to climb
Growth Rate: Moderate
Optimum Temperature: 60°-80° F
Characteristics: By nature a climber, but may remain smaller indoors. Toxic to cats, dogs, and humans.
Light: Prefers well-lit room but can handle medium light
Water: Water thoroughly when top inch of soil is dry
Structure: Technically a climber but may simply sprawl as it grows
Bloom Color: Seldom flowers indoors
Uses: Indoor specimen, container planter
Photos: Real images, not stock photos
| Jane Hamm

It’s huge! I was not expecting a 6in pot to be over a foot tall. It looks healthy and strong, this is a matured propagation. I can’t wait to repot it and see the root setup.

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