Plant Care – Monstera epipremnoides Pot 170mm
Light: The Monstera epipremnoides grows well in bright indirect light in an east, west, or north-facing window.
Water: Water once a week and keep the soil slightly humid but never soggy. In nature, Monstera Epipremnoides gets dappled sunlight through the rainforest canopy. Can take direct sunlight but make sure that it gets a maximum of 2-6 hours as anything more might burn the leaves.
An east-facing window is best where your houseplant gets a couple of direct sunlight in the morning when the sun isn’t too strong.
Soil: Use a well-draining soil mix. Monstera Epipremnoides does not like to stay in soggy soil. This will lead to root rot very fast. A good aroid soil mix is best.
A proper soil mix for aroids usually consists of pine bark, perlite, coco coir, charcoal. and some parts of a good potting mix.
Use twice the amount of pine bark versus the other soil mixture ingredients as the chunky pine bark helps to aerate the soil.
Epipremnoides like airy soil that can be kept slightly moist if you have a chunky mix.
Humidity Requirement: Keep the humidity your monstera at 60-70% or more if possible.
Additional Care: Trim out any dead, discolored, damaged, or diseased leaves and stems as they occur. Use clean, sharp scissors to avoid tearing or bruising the stems. Snip stems just above a leaf node. Wash the leaves frequently to prevent dust from clogging its pores. If you wish to propagate, take stem tip cuttings and place the stem in water or moist soil and they should root quite easily.
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