By Neha Yadav
Published Feb 25, 2024

Hindustan Times

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5 tips to maintain monstera plant

Monstera plants are excellent houseplants as they thrive indoors and are low maintenance plants. Here are some tips to take care of monstera plants at home.


You can pot monstera plant in well-drained soil mixed with cocopeat to boost the soil's fertility. Opt for a large pot, as monstera plants can grow up to 12 feet with large leaves.


Watering monstera once every three days is essential to keep them green and healthy. Avoid overwatering them, as it can lead to waterlogging in the soil. You can water them once every two days during summers. 

 Temperature and humidity

Monstera plants thrive in temperatures ranging from 65°F to 85°F. They grow well indoors in moderate humidity. You can spray water on their leaves and stems if the humidity level is low.


This plant can grow well both indoors and outdoors. You can keep them in your balcony or near a window to provide them adequate sunlight.


Prune them every week to get rid of dead and dry leaves. You can cut dry leaves at the base of the stem to maintain the plant.