Silver monstera is a vining plant native to the tropical regions of southern Mexico and Central America where it grows on trees. In a container its best to provide some type of support, such as a trellis or fiber totem that the plant can cling to. When grown as a houseplant the silver monstera plant doesn’t usually produce leaves with the fenestrations (holes) typical of many monstera species, but it is just as easy to grow as other species and produces lovely, silver and green, lance-shaped foliage. With maturity the leaves may start to develop fenestrations.
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 as a patio plant during the summer and brought indoors for the winter.