When it is young, Monstera deliciosa will have heart-shaped leaves without the classic holes and slits (called "fenestrations") that you might picture when you think of a monstera. As the plant ages, it will produce larger leaves with the beautiful patterns it is known for.
Medium Light - This plant prefers bright indirect light for 6 or more hours a day. Limit the amount of direct light it receives. Good locations for medium light plants often include sitting in an east facing window, or a few feet away from a south or west facing window.
Water Regularly - Water this plant every 1-2 weeks when the soil feels dry. Before watering, check the soil with your finger. If the soil still feels moist, wait another 4-7 days to see if the soil dries and the plant is ready to be watered. Almost all houseplants will use less water in the winter than in the summer, so adjust watering frequency seasonally based on how the soil feels.
***The options listed for sale correspond to the diameter of the nursery pot that the plant is in. Every plant is unique and may not look exactly like the one seen in the photo.