Variegated Monstera

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  • Humidity She absorbs a lot of water through her leaves, so a good misting every couple of days will help keep her looking fresh and bright.
  • Bright light She likes a lot of light to keep her leaves perky. Not too much direct sun, but somewhere nice and bright.
  • Light watering Check her soil about once a week and give her a drink if the top two inches of soil feel dry. She needs less in winter.
  • In winter, keep her out of the path of cold draughts. Chilly conditions can cause damage to her leaves.

About Variegated monstera You won’t find a variegated Monstera in the wild. In fact, it’s very hard to come by anywhere. This extraordinary plant is the result of some very careful cultivation. It’s so rare and so prized that plants have been known to exchange hands for thousands of pounds.The reason it doesn’t appear in the wild is because the plant naturally wants to be all green. The white variegation makes it more delicate. The green parts of the leaf contain chlorophyll, which allows plants to absorb light, which they turn into energy. The white parts contain no chlorophyll. So variegated plants have to work harder to live. This cultivar of variegated monstera is known as Thai Constellation. Its variegation has an almost camouflage pattern, with sprays of white across dark green leaves. It’s a bit more easygoing than some other variegated plants. It likes a lot of light, but is otherwise pretty simple to care for. If you don’t have ample light, the all-green monstera, Chaz, is an ideal alternative. It can happily live in semi-shade. If you have the right conditions for the variegated variety, you are in for a treat. This plant is basically a celebrity.Did you know?Variegated monsteras are so desired that some varieties are developed in high-tech laboratories.

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