• Can I Use Cactus Soil for Monstera
    Many times people ask us, is it good to use cactus soil for monstera because both plants have many similarities. The simple answer is you should not use succulent soil for growing monstera plants. No doubt monstera and cacti both need warm weather and well-draining soil to grow. But monstera plants also need constant moisture … Read more
  • How do you fix Root Bound Monstera (Causes and Solutions)
    Monstera roots need good space to grow and spread. Monstera root bound is a serious issue and it needs to be fixed quickly. The first sign of root-bound is visible roots over the top surface of the soil. They also come out of the drainage holes. Yellow leaves, Stunted growth, Curling leaves, Dry stems, and … Read more
  • Monstera Karstenianum Peru Care and Propagation Guide
    Have you ever heard about monstera karstenianum peru? It is a rare monstera plant that produces unique leaves. Let me clear it first it is an expensive plant. You need to learn how to care for it before buying it. In this article, I will walk you through the complete growing process of monstera karstenianum … Read more
  • Monstera light needs
    You cannot grow a plant in the absence of adequate light in the house. Plants like monstera can survive in low light and in bright indirect light. But we do not grow plants at home for their survival. We grow monstera for its beautiful foliage. Houseplants are a natural piece of home decoration. If you … Read more
  • Best Soil mix for Monstera
    Soil is an important part when it comes to monstera plant health. The Plant receives water and nutrients from the soil. Monstera deliciosa is a popular plant. For proper care, you should use the best soil mix for monstera plants. In this post, you’ll get complete information on the monstera soil. After reading it you … Read more
  • Monstera epipremnoides care
    Monstera epipremnoides is a rare plant and is also known as Monstera Esqueleto. It has large leaves with oval-shaped holes. This is why it is also called Swiss cheese plants. Because swiss cheese also has holes like the Monstera epipremnoides. Read this Monstera epipremnoides care guide and grow beautiful monstera plants in containers. In this … Read more
  • Monstera Siltepecana Care Guide
    Monstera Siltepecana is a rare indoor plant with beautiful leaves. This vining plant grows green leaves with silver markings. In some places, it is famous as sliver monstera. But it is not a true silver monstera plant. In order to grow it long and strong with shining leaves. You need to place it in bright … Read more
  • Monstera deliciosa Vs borsigiana difference and Care Guide
    Monstera deliciosa and monstera borsigiana are two different plants of the same category. The tragedy is many garden stores sell Monstera borsigiana in the name of Monstera Deliciosa. Because both the plants look similar and a normal person cannot differentiate monstera deliciosa from borsigiana. Today I will show you the difference between Monstera deliciosa and … Read more
  • Monstera Dilacerata Care, Propagation and Problems
    If you like to collect rare monstera plants then you must add Monstera Dilacerata to your plant collection. This rare plant has beautiful leaves and people often confuse it with Monstera sierrana. It is totally different plant and but its care is somewhere similar to other monsteras. In today’s care guide, you will learn care … Read more
  • How do You Treat Brown Spots on Monstera Leaves?
    If your monstera has brown spots on its leaves. This means there is a serious problem with your monstera plant. In this case, you need to act fast if you want to save your lovely houseplant. Fungal-bacterial diseases and incorrect watering sessions are the two main causes of monstera leaf spots. Overwatering, underwatering, pest attacks, … Read more
  • How do you treat bacterial leaf spots on Monstera Plants?
    Monstera leaves are the real beauty of monstera plants. People like monstera foliage more than any flowering plants. Sometimes we see dark spots on monstera leaves this condition is called Bacterial Leaf Spot on Monstera. This bacterial infection is different from fungal infections. You cannot cure your plant with fungal dealing methods. Dealing with bacterial … Read more