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Monstera Plants

Monstera Adansonii Mint LIMIT 1

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A mint version of Adansonii, an easy care climber. Currently limited to 1 plant per order. A Bit about Nursery 2 U We post on Mondays and our cut-...

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Monstera Karstenianum Peru

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 This is a very easy care plant, it needs medium light and watering when dry, this is an ideal shelf plant. This monstera does not fenestrate but t...

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Monstera Standleyana

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Variegated Standleyana, these plants have lower levels of variegation and are chose "off the rack". The variegation on these plants is unstable and...

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Monstera Dubia

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An easy to grow Shingle plant that fenestrates when it gets older.   A Bit about Nursery 2 U We post on Mondays and our cut-off time is Saturday 1...

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Monstera Deliciosa

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  This is a baby plant, this means you get a chance to control the growth habit and grow it in the shape you like. Easy care plant, with medium lig...

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Monstera Obliqua (LIMIT 2)

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We have added a purchase limit of 2 per order (per customer) until Spring late 2024.  This plant requires a tropical environment, it needs to climb...

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Monstera Esqueleto

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A large growing vining Monstera plant. We now have baby options from either cutting or TC, please see the second pic for size differences, cutting ...

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Monstera Monkey Mask

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Monstera Monkey Mask is a slightly larger version of Adansonii, an easy care climber. A Bit about Nursery 2 U We post on Mondays and our cut-off t...

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Indoor Soil - Coco-Perlite - Aroid Mix

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Supplied in a generous 10 cubic litres ( we measure 11 x 125mm pots)  This potting medium is a mixture or chunky and fine Coco Coir and Perlite, it...

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Warranty -7 Day - Loss or Damage Replacement

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  Version 2, 06/09/2020 Supersedes all other versions   if your plants arrive later than the 7th day of being posted, and are damaged from the jou...

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Monstera Plants for Sale

Monsteras are a genus of tropical plants that belong to the Araceae family, which also includes other popular houseplants like Philodendrons and Peace Lilies. The name "Monstera" comes from the Latin word "monstrum," which means monster or abnormality, referring to the plant's unique leaves.

Monsteras are known for their large, fenestrated leaves, which have distinctive splits and holes (especially the Monstera swiss cheese plant). The most common type of this popular indoor plant is the Monstera deliciosa, which is found in its natural habitat of Central and South American rainforests.

You can check out our range of Monstera plants for sale to add a touch of exotic nature to your space!

FAQs

Are Monsteras easy to care for as an indoor plant?

Monsteras can be relatively easy to care for, especially when compared to many other houseplants. Here are a few things to remember when taking care of your Monstera plants:

  • It's essential to keep the soil moist but not sodden - try using a pot with drainage holes and water regularly.
  • Placing it in a spot with bright indirect sunlight is best. If your windows or porches don't get enough light, then you may want to supplement with a plant light to make sure it's getting the right kind of sunlight.
  • Monstera plants like warmer climates, so make sure they are not too close to an air conditioner or heater. This will dry them out quickly and damage their leaves!

Taking regular care of your Monstera will pay off when you have beautiful greenery in your home!

Can I train my Monstera plants to climb? 

It may surprise you, but Monsteras are natural climbers and can be trained to climb up a trellis or other support. This can be a great way to showcase your Monstera's unique leaves and add vertical interest to your space. 

To train your Monster plants to climb, provide a sturdy support like a moss pole or trellis and gently tie the stem to the support using twine or plant ties. As your Monstera grows, continue to tie it to the support, encouraging it to climb upward.

As your Monstera grows taller and produces more leaves, you may need to provide additional support or adjust the placement of the support to ensure that it remains stable.

How often should I water my Monstera plants? 

Taking care of your plant by providing it with the right amount of water is key to ensuring your Monstera thrives. How often you should water your Monstera plant depends on two major factors: the size/age of your plant and local environmental conditions. 

Generally speaking, as a plant matures, it will require less water than younger plants; however, both types should be watered when their soil feels dry to the touch or when longer than usual gaps between watering occur.

To prevent overwatering, make sure any excess moisture drains out from the pot in no more than an hour after watering. This frequency may also change throughout different seasons – for example, during summer you will need to increase your watering schedule due to increased light and heat exposure.

Why are the leaves on my Monstera plants turning brown? 

Brown leaves on a Monstera can be a sign of a few different problems. One common cause of brown leaves is overwatering, which can lead to root rot and other fungal diseases. To prevent overwatering, make sure the soil is well-draining and allow the top inch to dry out before watering.

Brown leaves can also be a sign of too much direct sunlight, which can scorch the leaves. If your Monstera is getting too much direct sunlight, move it to a spot with brighter, indirect light.

Another cause of brown leaves can be low humidity, especially during the winter months when indoor heating dries out the air. Try misting your Monstera plants or using a humidifier to increase the humidity level around your plant.

Can I prune my Monstera plants?

The Monstera deliciosa is a real monster when it comes to growth! If you're wondering how to tame this beast, pruning is the answer. Pruning is not only essential for maintaining a healthy and happy Monstera but can also result in propagating new plants.

The best time to prune your Monstera plants is in the early spring, right before its growing season. Use a pair of sharp and clean scissors or pruning shears to snip away any yellowing or dead leaves and cut back any overly long stems. But, be careful not to overdo it as this can cause stress to your plant.

By keeping up with regular pruning, you'll have a beautiful and healthy Monstera plant that's always the envy of your fellow plant lovers! 

So what are you waiting for? Explore our Monstera plants for sale or any other collection of plants including syngoniums, rare plants & more online!