The Monstera Pinnatipartita is as stealthy as a secret agent!
This green-leafed rare plant has confused people for years! In its infancy the plant itself is often confused for its cousin ‘Monstera Peru’. Only when it starts to grow and the pinnates and fenestrations develop can we find out her real identity! Enjoy the transition of your shiny plant.
Key Benefits of Monstera Pinnaipartita
Monstera’s are known for their beautiful leaves. They grow up to be giants scaling buildings and trees. Adding this rare beauty to your collection will provide you with exquisite beauty and bragging rights amongst all your plant friends!
Monstera pinnatipartita Plant Care Tips
How to care for information
Binomial Name: Monstera pinnaipartita
Alter Egos: Monstera Peru, Swiss Cheese Plant, Philodendron pinnaipartita, Hurricane Plant, and Philodendron 'Silver Queen'
Care Level: Medium
Light: Bright, indirect light
Water: Allow top 2” of the soil to dry
Pet Friendly: No
Humidity: Average relative humidity of 25% to 49%
Soil: Use a well-draining, high organic matter soil mix with aroid medium.
The Monstera pinnatipartita Plant Story
Where is it from?
Who is the Monstera pinnatipartita Plant?
Highly sought after the 'Monstera pinnatipartita' is a rare beauty! That can only be found in the Tropical Rainforests of Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador. The Tropical evergreen have large pinnate shaped leaves with deep finger-like fenestrations!
Is the Monstera Pinnatipartita the right plant for me?
The Monstera pinntipartita, is relatively easy and can be cared for by anyone that has basic plant knowledge or experience with the Monstera Deliciosa! Ensure you have lots of indirect bright light an d higher humidity!
This plant wants to feel like it is in the Jungle!
Location Suggestions: We suggest placing this plant in full display where it can grow to fill a space. Try out the living room or a large corner in your bedroom!
Prefers bright, indirect light and can tolerate a small amount of direct sun (about 3 hours).
Allow the top 2 inches of the soil to dry before watering.
Average from 18°C to 24°C
Follow a monthly fertilizing schedule when the plant is actively growing. In most cases, this is in the spring and summer. Use a balanced fertilizer - this means a ratio of NPK that is all the same. Ex: 10-10-10.
Toxic. Always keep your plants away from pets and children.
Stem cuttings can be placed in moist soil or water until it forms roots that are about 2-3” long then transplant to moist soil. Take a cutting with a node (where the petiole meets the main stem) and at least 2-3 healthy leaves on it.
Remove damaged / yellowing old leaves at the base of the petiole with a pair of shears.