The compact Monstera and the star of plant enthusiast posts!
This rare and fast-growing plant resembles the large Monstera variety, but in a more compact version, its versatile size and purifying qualities make this plant ideal for any bedroom or bathroom!
Monstera Minima has incredible unique traits, such as leaves that develop beautiful cuts and sideways vines that provide a jungle feel to your home.
It's a tough and low-maintenance plant that fills your home with wellness benefits like increased oxygen levels and dust-trapping abilities.
Humidity is the perfect environment for this tropical beauty! A steamy kitchen or bathrooms with some indirect light can be the perfect setting
The Monstera Minima is perfect for vining or supporting frames
It's a fast grower that won't take up much space
Boost the oxygen levels of your home and relax with this beautiful plant. Get yours and grow a Monstera collection with ease!
Monstera Minima Care Guide
Bright Indirect light is its favourite and can deal with direct sunlight, so keeping near a window is an option
Preferable to have soil moist in growing season and to cut back in winter, it can forgive less frequent watering, which is preferred than overwatering
It will be happy with normal room temperatures and loves humidity, so if you can, op it near other plants or in a humid environment. Dont worry f you can't! Monstera minima can adapt and thrive easily
Provide a high-nitrogen fertiliser dose once a month but only during growing season. Please don't feed it during winter
You can cut its leaves back if it starts taking over your home! otherwise enjoy your abundant indoor jungle :)
Because of its vigorous growth, repotting at least once a year is ideal. A well-draining soil with perlite/pumice and bark mixed is best
Monstera Minima General Information
From Southern Thailand and Malaysia
It is a speedy grower and loves to climb, so getting some supports will help if you want it upright. It can grow up to 5 m in the wild! If you let it trail, its vines will become a little leggy and the leaves may not split as much
Make sure its leaves aren't ingested by curious pets and kids as they can be toxic