Monstera Esqueleto

$47.20 Regular price $59.00

This hard-to-find climbing vine features big, bold leaves (to nearly 3 feet long at maturity) dramatically fenestrated with small holes near the center of the leaf and large holes closer to the edges. Like Monstera deliciosa, it grows to 6 feet or more, making it one of the most stunning floor plants you can enjoy in your home. Monstera Esqueleto is grown and shipped fresh from our farm direct to your front door.

  • Super trendy and difficult to find at this large size.
  • Looks similar to a giant Little Swiss Monstera (Monstera adansonii)
  • Ideal for giving your room a tropical/jungle look.

Light Level: Indirect Sunlight

This plant needs to live in a room with at least some natural light. Place it on a table or countertop with windows nearby.

Water Level: Thirsty

This plant can only go 1-2 weeks without water so check on it weekly and add water every time the top two inches of soil dry out.

Quick Tips

Average to above-average relative humidity levels are best for this plant. In arid air, the leaf edges may go brown and dry.

Size Guide
Monstera Esqueleto | Large

Plant Bio

Monstera Esqueleto

Monstera Esqueleto is a large tropical aroid (plant in the arum family, and relative of Philodendron and Pothos) that sports huge fenestrated leaves. Its leaves are similar to that of Monstera adansonii, but we’re growing it at a size you can enjoy now so you don’t have to wait. There seems to be some mystery around the origin of this plant, with the International Aroid Society suggesting it’s an unidentified species and others calling it Monstera epipremnoides. No matter what you call it, Monstera Esqueleto is one of the boldest and most exotic houseplants you can enjoy. For a dramatic look, grow it with Baltic Blue Pothos (Epipremnum pinnatum Baltic Blue) and Monstera Peru for a stunning mix of textures and colors.

Monstera Esqueleto | Large

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