Monstera dubia is a shingling plant that requires a wooden plank, moss pole, or a surface for the roots to attach to as it climbs. As the plant matures, the leaves go through 3 different leaf morphologies, beginning small, then growing larger, then finally fenestration. The leaves grow flat against a surface as it climbs, leaves overlapping.
Our propagations are taken from our parent plant. They are rooted in a well-draining aroid potting soil.