Fenestrated Philodendron

The word 'fenestrated' means having perforations. This quality is what makes philodendrons like the Monstera Deliciosa and its subspecies so unique!

Natural HabitatAsia 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 NeedsWill 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  

HumidityPrefers 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.