The word 'fenestrated' means having perforations. This quality is what makes philodendrons like the Monstera Deliciosa and its subspecies so unique!
Natural Habitat: Asia and Islands in the Pacific and Indian Oceans
Water Needs: A very forgiving plant in terms of watering, let the first couple inches of soil dry out before watering thoroughly.
Light Needs: Will tolerate lower light, does best in bright, indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight to prevent leaves from burning.
Food Needs: Feeding is not necessary, but this plant benefits from a good pruning every once and a while to keep the foliage abundant and maintained
Humidity: Prefers a more humid environment to avoid leaf tips from burning, but will tolerate low humidity
Young Monstera plants start out with the whole leaf intact - then as it grows, you'll start to see the leaves begin to split! This is known as fenestration.