4" Monstera Peru (Monstera karstenianum)
Bright indirect light
Allow soil to dry almost completely between watering
Monstera Peru (Monstera karstenianum) is very easy to care for and does well as an indoor plant.
The leaves on this species are thick and bullate (bumpy). Like other Monstera plants, this one loves to climb! Provide it with a pole or other support structure to make it really happy!
Caring for your Monstera Peru couldn't be easier! Simply let the soil dry out between watering, taking care not to let it sit in excess water. Give it plenty of bright indirect light!
Monstera, also referred to as "Swiss Cheese Plant", are a type of aroid native to many different countries in Latin America. Monstera can be found growing in its natural habitat in Costa Rica, Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia, etc.
In the wild, Monstera have a variety of growth habits. They can climb or spread as ground cover. If they are allowed to climb, Monstera leaves will become much larger and begin to fenestrate. They are semi-epiphytic.
Monstera can grow in low indirect light but prefer medium to bright indirect light. If grown in low light conditions their growth will slow.
They tend to be easy to care for and make a great addition to any houseplant collection.
The plant is so beautiful and I love it!
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I am very impressed with my Monstera Peru! Great value for purchase. The plant was very healthy and lush and much bigger than expected! The price was great, best I could find online!!! I would definitely purchase from Canopy again.
Always wanted a Peru. Very healthy and gorgeous
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