Ultra-Rare Monstera Obliqua Plant:
Care Guide & Growing Tips
If you want to add some variety to your plant collection, the highly unique Monstera obliqua plant is an excellent option. It has a classic green look, but the leaves provide a modern feel.
Unfortunately, taking care of this plant is challenging, and the leaves can be fragile. So you’ll want to learn a bit about its care before you take one on.
Care Guide & Tips
In its native area, the oblique will thrive in 85 percent humidity, with temperatures fluctuating between 70 and 85 degrees.
It’s not all that common for this to happen when you have your plant indoors. But, it is said to occur 1.5 years after germination.
This plant grows extremely slowly. This is one of the other reasons why Monstera adansonii is so often mislabeled as obliqua.
If Monstera Obliqua doesn’t get enough light, it can stunt its growth. And, unfortunately, it can also prevent the ability to propagate the Monstera.
Common Problems to Avoid
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All of the Monstera plant varieties are toxic to humans and pets. They contain insoluble calcium oxalate crystals
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