One of the most intriguing Monstera varieties with leaf fenestrations (holes) in the mature leaves so extreme that they develop a skeletal appearance. Sure to be a star among your houseplant collection for its uniqueness! This is a climbing plant, native to the cloud forests of Cost Rica, where it clings to trees with aerial roots. In a container its best to provide some type of support, such as a trellis or fiber totem that the plant can cling to.
A word of caution; monstera plants contain a substance called calcium oxalate that is toxic to cats and dogs.
Looks beautiful growing in a pot with a wood, moss, or coco fiber support pole, near a bright window. Can also be grown outdoors in a patio planter during the summer and brought indoors for the winter.