Monstera

Welcome to Aya's Rare Plant Store, your go-to destination for unique and exotic tropical plants. We specialize in offering rare and hard-to-find varieties, including the popular and sought-after Monstera varieties. Monstera is a popular houseplant known for its large, perforated leaves and unique appearance. It's a tropical plant native to Central and South America that is easy to care for and grows quickly. The more popular types of rare Monsteras are the Thai Constellation, Albo, Mint and Aurea.

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Monstera Thai Constellation-MT12Monstera Thai Constellation-MT12
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Monstera Thai Constellation-MT14Monstera Thai Constellation-MT14
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Monstera Thai Constellation-MT15Monstera Thai Constellation-MT15
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Monstera Karstenianum Variagated  (Peru)-MKV03
Monstera Thai Constellation-MTC05Monstera Thai Constellation-MTC05
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Monstera White TigerMonstera White Tiger
Monstera White Tiger Sale price$295.00 Regular price$350.00
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Monstera Laniata Mint - NA0124Monstera Laniata Mint - NA0124
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Monstera full Mint -AMonstera full Mint -A
Monstera full Mint -A Sale price$250.00
Monstera Adansonii Variegated-FMonstera Adansonii Variegated-F
Monstera Adansonii Variegated-BMonstera Adansonii Variegated-B
Monstera Laniata Mint-A
Monstera Laniata Mint-A Sale price$40.00
Monstera Aurea-BMonstera Aurea-B
Monstera Aurea-B Sale price$195.00
Monstera Aurea-AMonstera Aurea-A
Monstera Aurea-A Sale price$150.00
Monstera Thai Constellation-iMonstera Thai Constellation-i
Monstera Thai Constellation-HMonstera Thai Constellation-H
Monstera Thai Constellation-GMonstera Thai Constellation-G
Monstera Thai Constellation-EMonstera Thai Constellation-E
Monstera Thai Constellation-DMonstera Thai Constellation-D
Monstera Thai Constellation-BMonstera Thai Constellation-B
Monstera Thai Constellation-AMonstera Thai Constellation-A
Monstera Borsigiana Albo-MBA30Monstera Borsigiana Albo-MBA30
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Monstera Thai  *Platinum*Monstera Thai  *Platinum*
Monstera Thai *Platinum* Sale price$800.00
Monstera Borsigiana Albo-MBA9Monstera Borsigiana Albo-MBA9
Monstera Borsigiana Albo-MBA6Monstera Borsigiana Albo-MBA6

What are Monsteras?

Monsteras, also known as the Swiss cheese plant or split-leaf philodendron, are a type of tropical plant native to Central and South America. They are known for their large, perforated leaves that resemble Swiss cheese, which is where the common name comes from. The split-leaf philodendron is a common name for Monstera deliciosa, one of the most popular and widely cultivated species of the Monstera plant. Monsteras are often grown as houseplants and are relatively easy to care for, making them a popular choice for indoor gardens.

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Monstera Care Tips

Monstera plants are a popular tropical houseplant that can be easy to care for if you follow a few basic guidelines. Here's a comprehensive care guide for your Monstera plant:

Monstera

Light Requirements and Watering

Monstera plants prefer bright, indirect light. They can tolerate some direct sunlight, but too much can scorch the leaves. Place your Monstera near a window with filtered light or under a grow light to ensure it gets enough light.

Monstera plants like to be kept moist but not waterlogged. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out before watering, and make sure the pot has good drainage to prevent water from pooling at the bottom. Water your Monstera thoroughly and let the excess water drain away.

Monstera

Temperature and Humidity

Monstera plants prefer warm temperatures between 65-85°F (18-29°C). Avoid exposing them to cold drafts or temperatures below 60°F (16°C).

Monstera plants prefer high humidity, but they can tolerate lower levels. You can increase humidity by misting the leaves, placing a humidifier nearby, or grouping plants together. A pebble tray filled with water can also help to raise the humidity around your plant.

Monstera

Fertilizing and Soil

Monstera plants benefit from regular fertilization during the growing season (spring and summer). Use a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer every two to four weeks. Dilute the fertilizer to half strength to avoid burning the plant.

Monstera plants prefer well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. A mix of peat moss, perlite, and vermiculite can provide good drainage and nutrient retention. Avoid using heavy soil mixes that retain too much moisture.