Name: Monkey Leaf Monstera
Pot Size: 12cm
Botanical name: Monstera adansonii, Monstera obliqua
Common name: Monkey Mask
Bio: This Monstera has a unique twist, specific to its kind. Most Monstera plants usually
have holes at the end of the leaf, the Monkey Mask’s leaves are closer to the middle, by the vein. Almost as if someone had punched a holw in the leaf. These markings give the plants a unique look.
Light: Tolerates light and dark spots, but prefers indirect sunlight.
Watering: Water once a week, the soil should not be allowed to dry out.
Humidity: Mist once a week to keep leaves hydrated and free from dust.
Temperature: Between 18 and 20 degrees.
Air Purifying: One of the most effective plants for reducing air pollution.
Pet-Friendly?: Toxic if consumed.
Additional Information: This plant hails from Central America. It’s name may have come from a cheeky monkey that was playing hide-and-seek behind the bright green leaves in the tropics while a serious botanist braved the jungle in search of new species.