This is one of the rare variegations of the Monsteras that oringated from Thailand. As a juvenile, this lovely specimen is well-loved due to its lush, green leaves with a prominent veining pattern.
As they mature, they'll start splitting leaves in a slanted orientation, following along the shape of its leaves. Its mature appearance can often be mistaken for a Philodendron Dragon Tail. The key difference is that they retain their heart-like shape.
Light – Never put this plant under direct sunlight as it will burn their leaves. If you want to place it near a window, use a sheer curtain to protect it from the harmful rays of the sun. They can tolerate lower levels of light but growth may slow down.
Water – Water these plants deeply every 1 to 2 weeks. Allow their soil to dry out between sessions. Avoid overwatering to prevent root rot.
They can go by with normal room humidity, but they thrive better in humid conditions. To provide them with this, you can mist them ever now and then during the mornings or place their pot on top of a pebble tray with little water.
Growth – Given proper care and all the right conditions, these plants can grow up to 15 feet tall indoors. They are best paired with a simple, white ceramic planter.
WARNING – These plants can be toxic to small animals, keep them away from pets.