Split Leaf grow best in bright light but can tolerate low light. In some areas, it can withstand sunlight.
Water regularly, keeping the soil moist. This plant can tolerate periods of drought.
For best results, fertilize a few times in the spring and summer. You can fertilize weekly if you want more growth.
When grown outdoors in frost-free areas, it can grow very large with 3 or 4 foot wide leaves.
Origin: Native to South and Central America
Common Names: split-leaf philodendron (monstera deliciosa), monstera, hurricane plant, and Mexican breadfruit
Available in 12 and 14 inch
Not meant for human or animal consumption