Grow Monstera Variegata up a moss pole and spray regularly to create humidity. Water freely when in full growth and add a monthly liquid feed; water sparingly in winter. They grow and climb fast in bright direct sun or indirect light depending on how you want it to grow.
It feels like this plant outlived this generation, it has been and still is trendy. It is easy fairly easy to take care of. Grows big and sticks out from the rest because of the variegation. Monstera Variegata Albo means white variegation, there is also a yellow one = Monstera aurea Variegata.
Caring for Variegated Monsteras
As tropical plants, heat and humidity will activate faster growth. Since the variegated leaves product less chlorophyll, adequate lighting is essential. Keep your Monstera Variegata in bright indirect light.
Monstera plants are also vining plants, meaning they will need stability as they grow. Provide a totem pole for your Monstera to wrap around for stronger and faster growth.
This rare Monstera Albo Variegata prefers temperatures to be around 20-25 degrees C. They can tolerate 17 degrees C but it is not optimal.
The most common problem is overwatering and root rot. To prevent this, pot your Variegata in well-draining soil, and only water when the top few cm of soil feel dry to the touch.
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How do I propogate a Monstera Variegata?
Find a very sharp but thin knife. In our experience that is the best tool to use when you propogate plants. If its a top cutting, cut below 2-3 leaves and let the wound callus. Put the cutting in a pot with mixed, airy soil. Put the pot in a big plastic box or transparent bag. A good box to use for propogation are actually those from IKEA