Monsteras have been popular for decades, with their perforated leaves that make them instantly recognisable. Their more mature leaves develop their perforations as a way of allowing rain water to pass down to the base of the plant. The Adonsonii has is a great choice for those plant collectors who can't decide between a trailing plant and a Monstera... why not have both?
Light: Avoid placing in direct sunlight as it will scorch the leaves. A Monstera will enjoy a brightly lit room, although will not fuss too much if in a moderately lit room.
Watering: Around once a week, although this varies. Ensure the top soil has dried out before watering to prevent root rot.
Soil: Well-draining soil. Ideal potting mixture will be one part perlite/coarse potting sand, one part loam soil.
Temperature: A Monstera will thrive between 18 and 29°C, but can withstand as low as 15°C.
Repotting: Repot every 1-2 years and increase pot size by 2cm.
Plant Care Level: Beginner