This plant is like the cool kid in school who effortlessly excels in everything they do. Growing and nurturing it is a piece of cake, even for those who struggle to keep plants alive. It's so laid-back that it even encourages bottom-up watering, where it drinks water from the bottom of the eco pot - how chill is that? Simply top up the eco pot with a few cm of water and only water again once your top-soil is dry to the touch. Sinch.
What is the difference between Monstera deliciosa and Monstera adansonii?
Both monstera plants are known as Swiss cheese plants, but what differs is the size of their leaves. Monstera deliciosa's leaves are significantly larger than the petite leaves of Monstera adansonii. The Monstera Deliciosa is easier to care for also, as the adansonii seems to encounter more pests.
Why is my Monstera deliciosa crying?
Plants are known to be emotional beings, and sometimes they just can't hold back their tears. But don't worry, it's just a natural process called guttation, where they release excess water and minerals through droplets on their leaves. So next time you see your plants weeping, just know that they're going through their own version of a good ol' cry sesh.