Like the majority of indoor plants, the Monstera standleyana needs indirect sunlight. For the balance between sunlight and shade, try hanging it near a north or east-facing window. A south-facing window will provide too much direct sunlight. When your plant receives too much light, the leaves will start to curl. They’ll become brittle and crumble if you touch them.
Watering a Monstera standleyana is like most other plants. It needs water on the regular. But you don’t want to over-water it either. When you water your plant, check the soil first. Stick your finger into the soil, up to your knuckle. If the soil is still moist, don’t water it yet. If the soil is dry, go ahead and water it. Using a Sustee Moisture Meter stick helps to figure out how much moisture is in the soil so you don’t under or overwater.
- The Monstera standleyana thrives off of humidity. It mimics their original homes.
- The best temperature range for a Monstera standleyana is between 18 – 27°C
- Toxic to pets.
Height - 28 cm. The diameter of the pot - 13 cm. Sustee size M.