Monstera Pinnatipartita

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The Monstera Pinnatipartita is a very rare Monstera, known for its beautiful leaf structure. Its leaves will become divided as it grows.

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  • Air purifying

    Medium air purifying plant

  • Care level

    Requires extra care

  • Child and pet friendly

    This plant is not pet friendly.

  • Edible

    This plant is not edible.

  • Height 35 cm incl. pot
  • Pot size 17 cm

Description

The Monstera Pinnatipartita is a very rare Monstera, known for its beautiful leaf structure. Similar to the well-known Monstera Deliciosa, the Monstera Pinnatipartita’s leaves will also become divided as it grows.  

Place the variegated Monstera in a light spot, in filtered sunlight. This spot will allow the plant to receive sufficient light, without running a risk of burnt leaves. Make sure the potting soil is always mildly moist, but not wet. We recommend placing a layer of hydro granules at the bottom of the pot, so it won’t matter if you accidentally overwater it. This is the best way of preventing root rot. It’s best to water the plant regularly, and to give small amounts of water each time. Just enough to moisten the potting soil. We also recommend regularly misting around the leaves to maintain a high humidity.

Additional information

Air purifying Air purifying

Medium air purifying plant

Care level Care level

Requires extra care

Child and pet friendly Child and pet friendly

This plant is not pet friendly.

Colour ColourGreen
Edible Edible

This plant is not edible.

Feeding time Feeding timeEvery 2 weeks during spring & summer
Hardy HardyNo
Height Height35 cm incl. pot
Ideal room Ideal room

Suitable for the living room

Light Light

Loves filtered sunlight

Pot size Pot size17 cm
Repotting RepottingYearly
Room temperature Room temperatureYes
Roots RootsSouth America