Variegated Monstera Adansonii Albo

Variegated Monstera Adansonii Albo


Variegated Monstera Adansonii Albo

1st August: In just a month since the last photo, at least another four leaves have grown. The plant is now taller than the moss pole.

Because the plant is in the same family as the monstera deliciosa, it can similarly be propagated from single leaf cuttings. If you trim off a leaf with some of the stem and place it in water, it will grow a new plant! See on a monstera deliciosa propagation


Get Your Variegated Monstera Adansonii Albo Before They’re All Gone!

Because of its unique white-to-green coloring, the Variegated Monstera Adansonii Albo has become one of the most popular varieties in home gardens throughout the country over the past few years. However, due to its rising popularity and rather slow growth rate, this plant’s supply has been dwindling over time as more and more gardeners attempt to get their hands on this exotic plant. Here are some tips to help you acquire your own Variegated Monstera Adansonii Albo before they’re all gone!

The plant itself
This tropical plant is a beautiful addition to any home or office, and it’s ideal for people with a love of houseplants. This particular variety has gorgeous light green and white leaves, which is why it’s so popular with plant lovers. It’s also known as a variegated monstera adansonii albo. You might recognize monstera from your school biology lessons; they were one of many exotic plants on display in those old glass-fronted cabinets you used to stare at during class breaks. While many schools no longer use real plants in favor of cheaper plastic models (and good riddance), there are still some gems that can be found online if you look hard enough.

What it needs
Sunshine, temperatures between 55 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit, high humidity and air circulation. It doesn’t need to be pruned because it grows in an even shape with no excess leaves or branches. If it starts looking messy, just trim a little bit of your plant back and you can put these healthy trimmings right into your potting soil. Don’t worry if you don’t have any time to give special attention to your plant—like most succulents it thrives when neglected for long periods of time as well. Water once every two weeks if possible.

Where to put it
You need to sell your plants, but you don’t want to use a big name like Amazon or eBay. You can use one of several services that let you sell products without becoming an e-commerce retailer. For example, even if you don’t have a website of your own, you can list items for sale on eBay or Etsy. Or create your own online store using Weebly, Shopify or Xcart. These tools are free and easy to use (more about them in Part 3). But what do you sell? When it comes to something new and different like a plant that resembles an alien monster from outer space, finding buyers is not as easy as it might seem.

The lowdown on costs
If you’re looking to make a serious investment in an unusual houseplant, we suggest you get your hands on a variegated Monstera Adansonii Albo while they’re still around. If you want one of these precious plants, act fast because they won’t be around for long. These plants are extremely popular and not many people are willing to take care of them; that means there’s only a limited number available right now. We predict these will sell out fast so make sure to get yours today if you want one for your home or office!

Why they are so unique and cool
monsteras were originally found in South America. The reason these plants are so sought after is because of their beautiful, variegated leaves that can grow to be two feet wide. These plants are very easy to care for and love a humid environment. All you need to do is mist your monsteras every now and then and provide indirect sunlight. Get your own monsteras before they’re all gone because they will soon be extinct due to human demand.

Why they are rare and hard to find
The variegated varieties of Monsteras are less common, due to slower growth and a tendency for blooms only once every few years. These plants have very little need for pruning, but their leaves will be smaller as well if you prune them at all. Due to these plants’ infrequent blooming period, these bromeliads are more valuable than their more common counterparts. If you’re trying to grow a rare plant specimen that is truly unique and beautiful, it’s worth your while to try growing a variegated variety of monstereum adansonii albo—just know that they’re not easy to find!

How you can get your hands on one yourself
The Natives Nursery is currently selling its variegated monsteras for $33.98, but you can save 20% by using discount code MONSTER2014. And be sure to pick up a few now before they’re all gone! (Unrelated: If you are ever in Savannah, Georgia, check out their nursery—it’s beautiful!)