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Monstera Dubia Passion

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Monstera Dubia – one of the plants that makes your home a cleaner, healthier place. This usually only occurs on plants growing in the wild in Central and South America. With a little bit of sun and a lot of love, you can scatter this plant’s beautiful green leaves throughout your home for years to come.

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Monstera Dubia, also known as ceriman or simply monstera, is a species of flowering plant native to tropical rain forests of southern Mexico and Panama. This usually only occurs on plants growing in the wild in Central and South America. Monstera Dubia gets its name from it’s edible fruit – the split-open ripe fruit has large white seeds arranged around a cream-colored spongy pulp.

The Monstera Dubia plant comes in a 10″ pot that is 4″ in diameter. This plant is indigenous to rain forests and will thrive at room temperature. It grows best in moist soil so don’t let the soil dry out, especially during the summer months. They love humidity and if you want to maximize growth spray your Monstera with water once or twice a week.

Monstera dubia are easy to care for and low-maintenance. This plant will act as an air purifier, absorbing toxins, and producing oxygen. Monstera dubia is a vigorous-growing evergreen vine with large glossy leaves. This fast growing indoor plant quickly grows upward to become a statement addition to any room or table.

Monstera dubia is most often grown indoors where its sprawling stems can be trained to climb and fill a space. Sometimes called the shingle plant, Monstera dubia is a climbing vine whose leaves lie perfectly flat against the tree or trellis they ascend. This monstera plant has heart-shaped leaves with light and dark-green variegations. Although it’s a monstera, the plant’s leaves don’t develop fenestration until the plant has matured.

Essential Tools for Monstera Dubia Plant Care

  • Houseplant potting soil
  • Peat and aeration stones
  • Water probe or moisture meter
  • Protective gardening gloves
  • Pruning shears
  • Watering can
  • Spray bottle
  • Drip tray
  • Well-draining container
  • All-purpose, balanced houseplant fertilizer

The monstera dubia is an excellent alternative to the traditional fiddle leaf fig. It’s virtually pest free, can fit into most any room, and requires very little upkeep beyond what you would expect from a typical house plant. Just make sure that you have the space for one, as these babies can grow to quite large proportions over time. Otherwise, pick yourself up a monstera dubia and enjoy the good looks of this popular tropical indoor plant for years to come!

If you are looking for a fun, easy houseplant to start with and don’t mind the extra work that some plants may need, the Monstera dubia is a good choice. They thrive in indoor lighting especially if you get them when they’re already rooted. And, as previously mentioned, they are a very unique decorative plant.

Monstera is an indoor house plant that creates a great centerpiece. Although somewhat uncommon, this type of palm can be found in the tropical sections of locations like Home Depot. When compared to other plants, Monsteras need less light and watering. They are very convenient for caring for as well as being able to survive in adverse conditions since other plants fail in comparison. There are many varieties of this type of palm including the dwarf variety with its smaller leaves and stem.

One of the most popular indoor plants, Monstera dubia enjoys its popularity due to its unique leaf structure and decorative appeal. A member of the Araceae family, it belongs to the genus Monstera, characterized by large leaves with a texture resembling leather. Its giant leaves usually measure between 4-9 inches across and possess a barrel shape. Its variegated plant color may be green, yellow or brown depending on the amount of sun it receives.

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