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So…what is a monstera deliciosa albo variegata?
A monstera deliciosa albo variegata is a variegated version of monstera deliciosa. They are incredibly rare. The albo came from a natural mutation of the plant that was then propagated and reproduced. That means that each leaf on a monstera albo is different, and you don’t know what you’ll get until the leaf opens.
The leaves are generally a combination of medium jade-green and white. Leaves can be almost entirely white or simply have some white splotches, patterns, or blocks. Or leaves can be “half moon,” where exactly one half of the leaf is green and one is white.
|Split-leaf philodendron, Swiss cheese plant, windowleaf, ceriman|
|Botanical Name||Monstera deliciosa|
|Plant Type||Climbing evergreen|
|Mature Size||3 ft. tall, 2-3 ft. spread|
|Sun Exposure||Bright indirect sunlight, partial shade|
|Soil Type||Peat-based potting soil, well-drained|
|Soil pH||Acid or neutral|
|Hardiness Zones||10-12 (USDA)|
|Native Area||Central America|
|Toxicity||Toxic to cats and dogs1|