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Botanical name:- Monstera peru / Monstera karstenianum.
|Once per week and keep moist
|Spider mites, brown scale and mealybugs
|Toxic to pets and humans
|Bright, indirect light
|50-60% mist if needed
|Good drainage and repot every 1-2 years
|Potting soil / Red soil / Manure / Perlite
|Apply Manure once in fortnight and NPK in next fortnight
|Pruning and training
|Remove dead and diseased leaves with sterile shears
|Common color and season
|Monstera karstenianum is a very rare but fast-growing plant with spectacularly puckered, iridescent leaves. The stunning bi-colored jade leaves are unusually rigid and generally spaced at 2” intervals when totem grown. It’s a slow but steady grower that’s easy to care for and thrives in mild climates with filtered sunlight. It needs light right in the middle of the two extremes. Most monstera plants can’t take direct sunlight or direct light. Direct sunlight burns their leaves and stems, leaving black scorch marks.Monstera karstenianum plants thrive in organic and well-draining soil. This soil is loose enough that excess water drains right on through to the drainage holes of the pot. From sitting in too much water, the roots of the plant start to rot. The best temperature range for a monstera karstenianum is between 65f (18c) and 80f (27c).The most common method for propagating a monstera karstenianum is through stem cuttings. Spider mites, brown scale and mealybugs are common pests of this plant.