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Monstera

in medium grant Planter

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The Monstera deliciosa is paired with our Grant Planter, an earthenware pot measuring 6.7" tall and 7" wide. Your plant height and length may vary slightly. It comes potted in our soil mix to increase plant health, longevity, and growth. The Grant Planter does not have a drainage hole. It has a layer of porous lava rocks lining the bottom to ensure proper drainage. The Grant is named after Chicago’s Grant Park. *Want to add a Message Pop? To add a ceramic Message Pop to your order, first add your plant to your cart below, then choose your Pop via the pop up for $4. 

Planter Size

Medium: 6.7" H x 7" WSize Guide

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Plant Care

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    • Medium to Bright
    • Medium indirect light to dappled sun. Tolerates low light.
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    • Indirect
    • Indirect light to dappled sun. Not suited for intense, direct sun.
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    • About every 1-2 weeks
    • Allow potting mix to dry out completely between waterings.
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    • Any!
    • Don't sweat it. Any humidity level will do.
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Plant Origins

The tropical Americas

Plant Bio

Monstera deliciosa is a species of evergreen tropical vine that is a part of Araceae, the aroid family. It is one of the few aroids which produces edible fruit, hence the species epithet deliciosa. However, it's incredibly rare that a Monstera will flower or produce fruit indoors. Instead, this plant is famous for its beautiful broad green leaves with natural leaf-holes, which have led to the rise of its nickname, ‘swiss cheese plant’. These holes are theorized to maximize sun fleck capture on the forest floor by increasing the spread of the leaf while decreasing the mass of leaf cells to support.

Wide and wild.

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