If your Monstera produces aerial roots, manoeuvre them towards some water.
Cleaning the leaves will also help keep pests under control as they are prone to mealybugs on the undersides of the leaves. It’s also ideal to give them the occasional misting to help increase humidity.
When it comes to time to move your plant to a larger pot, "a mix comprised of equal parts potting mixture and sphagnum moss will do the job
Water your monstera weekly, or whenever the top 1 inch of soil feels dry, and allow it to drain completely. Reduce watering in the winter to prevent waterlogging your plant. Provide your monstera with a shot of a general purpose fertilizer every 60 days from spring to fall.
In the wilds of the jungle, Monstera can grow to be enormous: dozens of feet tall with leaves that spread to nearly two feet wide.
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