How to Care For Indoor Monstera Plants?

Any tips?

Watering & Soil

You can water them once half of the topsoil has dried. It should only be done every one to two weeks because the plants prefer humid conditions. Any garden soil will work for the soil. Well-drained, moist soil with a pH range of 5.5–6.5 is advised.


They prefer high humidity levels. If you have a humidifier, it would be best to mimic the environment found in nature for the plants.

Any temperature between 18 and 30°C would be more than ideal. Just be careful not to allow the temperature to fall below 15°C, as this could cause problems for the plant.


They typically need 8-10 hours of light per day.

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