The lighting requirements of the Albo Monstera plant should be kept average. They do well in areas with bright but indirect light. Keep sunlight to a maximum of 6 hours a day. This should be bright but filtered sunlight.
Caring for the Monstera albo plant can be quite difficult. This is because they need lots of attention. They can also be delicate. But if you have cared for the Monstera Deliciosa, this should be easy.
Always keep watering, to a minimal level. This is because the roots are delicate, and they are prone to rot. So watering once or twice a week is ideal. Make sure the water being used is clean. It should be free from chlorine or other harmful chemicals.
Like most Monstera plants. The Albo Variegata needs a well-draining soil type. It should also be rich soil with enough moisture-retaining capacity. The soil type should be between neutral and acidic. Use an appropriate value of 6.5 to 7.0.
Common Health Problems Of The Albo Monstera – Root rot – Spider mites – Fungus gnats – Scales – Mealy bugs – Thrips – Droopy leaves
Being good tropical plants, they love high humidity. So grow your Monstera Variegata in a room with at least 55% humidity. You can achieve this with regular misting. Another option would be with the use of a humidifier.
This excotic plant species can be propagated through stem cuttings. Be careful when handling the Albo Monstera cuttings. This is because they can cause skin irritation.