Houseplants

Monstera on Stake/Trellis

How To Set Up a Trellis for Your Monstera

Monstera is a trendy tropical plant that can grow very big if taken care of properly. With aerial roots, it takes water and nutrients from the trees in the forest and the air in the apartment if it’s in a pot. Due to its very high tendency to grow out of the pot, monstera needs…

Monstera Dubia: How To Buy & Care for Them

Monstera dubia is an uncommon and underappreciated species of Monstera, compared to the more common Monstera deliciosa and Monstera adansonii. This kind of Monstera can be challenging to track down. You won’t find this at big-box retailers, so how can you buy one, and when you do buy one, how can you care for them?…

Monstera on Stake/Trellis

5 Signs Your Monstera Is Overwatered (& How To Save It)

Monsteras are beautiful plants, and having one can add that extra “oomph” to your house or workspace. Unfortunately, it’s easy to overwater these plants, as many people don’t know how often is appropriate. With that in mind, are there signs to look out for?  Signs of overwatered monstera are brown and yellow leaves, mushy stems…

Monstera Adansonii v Laniata: Care Guide

There are several plants under the genus Monstera, and the majority of these are popular houseplants. While the Monstera Deliciosa is the plant that comes to most people’s minds when the genus is mentioned, the Monstera Adansonii is fairly popular, particularly the Monstera Adansonii var Laniata.  Caring for the Monstera Adansonii var Laniata is similar…

Monstera Obliqua: Where To Buy & How To Care for Them

Monstera obliqua is a relatively rare species famous for its significantly larger fenestrations than other Monstera variants. It is native to the tropical regions of Central and South America, and its rarity has made it so attractive and expensive that plant collectors are willing to pay much for it. You can buy Monstera obliqua from…

Variegated Monstera: Why Are They So Expensive & Care Guide

Houseplants have been an essential part of home decor for years, but they have become increasingly popular over time. More and more people have taken to collecting and growing expensive plants at home since different varieties of plants have become more accessible, and customers have become more knowledgeable. One of the most costly types of…

What Should You Do With Aerial Roots on a Monstera? (Everything You Need To Know)

Monstera plants are one of the most popular and expensive house plants across the world. They’re known for their large leaves that instantly bring a sense of the tropical jungles to most cramped apartments. Monstera plants are also hard to care for since they are large climbing vines with specific environmental requirements.  The aerial roots…

What To Do if Your Monstera’s Leaves Don’t Split

Monstera and its well-known variants, such as the Swiss Cheese Plant or split-leaf philodendrons, are famous and valued for their natural holes or splits on the leaves. However, some Monstera plants fail to exhibit the feature. It may be disturbing for some plant collectors, but thankfully, there are ways to resolve this issue. If your…

How Much Light Does a Monstera Need?

Monstera plants are beautiful, popular additions to indoor and outdoor plant collections. You might think that with their beautiful fenestrated leaves and potential for enormous growth, Monsteras might be difficult to take care of. With the proper knowledge, you can learn how to nurture this gorgeous plant with ease.  A Monstera needs 10-12 hours of…

How To Root Monstera Cuttings

Monstera plants make for gorgeous decorations, but their desire to spread can lead to massive, unruly plants. Luckily, it’s easy to propagate cuttings from your Monstera into new plants by rooting them in either water or soil.  To root monstera cuttings, you want to make a 45 degree cut directly below a node on your…