Monstera 'Peru'/Epipremnum pinnatum 'Marble Planet', a popular houseplant.

Monstera ‘Peru’ care & info | Monstera karstenianum

Sometimes a newcomer in the houseplant world truly takes things by storm, and that’s exactly what happened with Monstera ‘Peru’! Even though the species hasn’t been scientifically classified yet as I’m writing this article, it’s all over plant stores and online shops. Not surprising, as it’s truly a very decorative houseplant, and easy to grow … Read more

Monstera deliciosa houseplant with large split leaves.

When do Monstera leaves split?

Have you obtained a Monstera houseplant with leaves that aren’t split? That’s normal! If they’re still young or haven’t been receiving enough light, fenestrated houseplants like Monstera might show normal foliage rather than leaves with holes. But if you’re dreaming of a wonderfully holey specimen, you’re probably asking yourself: When do Monstera leaves split? Let’s … Read more

Monstera aerial roots | What to do with them?

Monstera aerial roots | What to do with them?

If your beloved Monstera deliciosa houseplant suddenly starts sprouting dead-looking brown growths, it can be easy to worry. Is your plant in trouble? Nope, it’s probably just Monstera aerial roots! Let’s go into what aerial roots are, their function, and if you should leave them on your plant or not. What are Monstera aerial roots? … Read more

Fenestrated leaf of Swiss cheese vine houseplant | Monstera adansonii care & info

Monstera adansonii care | Swiss cheese vine

If you’re a houseplant enthusiast you’ve undoubtedly heard of the genus Monstera. Monstera deliciosa (the split leaf Philodendron) is a great option for those who have some space and need an eye-catching centerpiece, but what about smaller rooms? Don’t despair: Monstera adansonii has all that Monstera goodness without the huge size. It’s a vining plant … Read more