Monstera is a popular houseplant that is known for its large, glossy leaves and unique aerial roots. One of the fascinating features of this plant is its nodes, which are important for its growth and propagation. Nodes are the points on the stem where leaves emerge, and they play an essential role in the plant's development.
Monstera Thai Constellation is a rare and highly sought-after plant known for its striking variegated leaves. It is a cultivar of the Monstera deliciosa plant and is produced through tissue culture in a plant lab in Thailand. The variegated pattern on its large, fenestrated leaves resembles star-like shapes, making it a unique and beautiful addition to any indoor garden. Due to its rarity and popularity, Monstera Thai Constellation can be quite expensive and requires specific care to thrive. In this guide, we will explore the best tips for growing and caring for this stunning plant.
Variegata Monstera plants are rather expensive because they are uncommon/ rare. A mutation in the plant's chlorophyll formation gives a marbled or half-moon appearance to the leaves. Monstera prices vary from $100 to thousands of dollars depending on their size and variegation pattern.
Are those black spots on your Monstera leaves bothering you? You may even fear that your plant will die soon. The good news is that Monstera deliciosa is an extremely resistant houseplant that you can possibly recover from problems like its leaves turning black. Trust me on this, all you need to do is give it the right amount of care.
I remember the early days of purchasing one of my first Monstera plants. To tell you the truth, I found the perfect place for it in my home and I literally couldn't stop staring at it. Whilst I was admiring its form and beautiful glossy leaves, I noticed that my monstera looked like it was crying or dripping water. I was really worried at first because thought I was doing something wrong. After doing some research I found the answer - let's find out why your Monstera leaves are dripping:
If you're like us, you love Monstera plants! Not only are they beautiful, but they're also very easy to care for. One question that a lot of people have about Monstera plants is when do the leaves split? You've just added a monstera deliciosa to your indoor garden and you're finally starting to see that new monstera leaf developing after all the time you have spent caring for it. However, the problem is that the new and existing leaves have just a few holes or cracks (fenestrations) on them. So, when does a monstera leaf split?