This is a rare type of Monstera who likes to climb. And Pinnatipartita must be one of the best plant names? The name comes from the Latin word "partitus" which means "divided into parts", referring to the foliage who actually divides into different parts. Young plants of Monstera Pinnatipartita will not show this dramatic leaf transformation, but as the plant matures the leaves splits up. Monstera Pinnatipartita is found in wet rain forests and grows naturally on trees. If you like the holes of Monstera Adansonii, this plant is definitely for you!
NOTE! this is a buy what you see plant, only one plant available.
Bright indirect light. No direct sunlight.
Weekly. Keep the soil moist. Likes humidity and a regular watering routine.
Height: approx. 40 cm
Plants are living beings and each plant is unique. Therefore, they also vary in size and appearance from the images. Size may differ.
Peru, Columbia and Ecuador.
Humans and pets should not eat this plant.