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Monstera Adansonii Mint Variegated
Monstera Adansonii Mint Variegated
Monstera Adansonii Mint Variegated
Monstera Adansonii Mint Variegated
Monstera Adansonii Mint Variegated
Monstera Adansonii Mint Variegated
Monstera Adansonii Mint Variegated
Monstera Adansonii Mint Variegated
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Monstera Adansonii Mint Variegated

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These mint Variegated Monstera Adansonii are rooted/rooting cuttings and all are showing new growth. This is the Indonesia form. 

Light:

The plant needs bright, indirect light. And it cannot tolerate too much intense light or direct sun for prolonged periods of time. It also means that it will have a hard time with the opposite extreme, which is very low light.

Temperature:

It prefers moderate to warm temperature although it will have no problems with hot conditions either.

 

Humidity:

Ideal humidity for your Monstera Adansonii Mint is 60% and higher. It will enjoy 90% humidity as well so you don’t really have to worry on the high side.

Watering:

Overall care for your Monstera Adansonii Mint is generally easy with the exception of watering. The key is to keep the soil moist during the warmer months (without over doing it) and quite dry in the winter months. That’s because the plant is sensitive to too much water. And if you let the roots stand in water for long periods of time, it can lead to root rot.

Therefore, staying on the dry side is ideal.