Monstera Laniata
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Monstera Laniata Care (The Monstera Adansonii Variation Laniata)

The easy monstera laniata care guide, we run down all you need to know…

Monstera Laniata Care Summary

Light needs:Medium to bright indirect sunlight.
Watering needs:Check weekly, water if top 40% of soil is dry.
Fertilizer:A balanced feed monthly in summer.
Soil:A well draining soil with 10-20% perlite in it.
Humidity:50%.
Temperature:16-28°C (61-82°F).
Where to buy:Try one of these Rare Plant Shops.
Common issues:Leaf issues from over and underwatering

Introduction

The monstera laniata aka the monstera adansonii laniata, is a big leaved variation of the adansonii. Known for it’s beautiful holey leaves.

See also: Monstera Acacoyaguensis, Monstera Siltepecana, Monstera Standleyana, Monstera Lechleriana Care, Monstera Thai Constellation, Monstera Adansonii, Monstera Propagation, Monstera Pinnatipartita Care, Monstera Subpinnata Care.

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Monstera Laniata Light Needs

Medium to bright indirect sunlight.

How Often to Water

Check the soil weekly and water it if the top 40% or more is dry.

Fertilizer

Use a balanced feed monthly in the summer, do not feed in winter.

Soil

Make sure the plant is in a well draining medium, with 10-20% perlite in it.

When To Repot

Repot it when it it gets root bound, check it in spring and make sure it has room to grow.

Humidity

50% and above is ideal, it is a tropical houseplant after all.

Temperature

16-28°C (61-82°F) is best for this monstera. They’ll be fine at home as long as they don’t get too cold in winter.

Monstera Laniata Propagation

The monstera laniata can be easily propagated with stem cuttings, make sure you get a cutting with at least one node and a leaf. They can then be put in water, moist sphagnum moss, leca or soil. Then keep it moist, humid and well lit for a month or two until it roots, then you can pot it up.

Monstera Laniata Vs Adansonii

The monstera laniata has two strips of holes down the middle of the leaf, and the adansonii has holes all over it in an almost random pattern. The laniata is easy to recognize as the holes are in two lines that flank the center fold of each leaf.

See also: Monstera Adansonii

Monstera Laniata Vs Esqueleto

The monstera esqueleto has a lot more holes and they are all over the leaf, but the laniata’s holes are close to the middle of the leaf and in almost uniform lines next to the center line of the leaf.

See also: Monstera Epipremnoides

Monstera Laniata Vs Acuminata

The monstera acuminata has much more holes than a laniata, with a laniata there is more leaf than hole, and holes in the laniata are organized into two lines, where as the acuminata has a more random pattern.

Monstera Laniata Care
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Where To Buy

Try one of these Rare Plant Shops.

Other Names

Monstera adansonii var. laniata.

Monstera Laniata Care FAQs and Common Problems

Yellow or browning leaves can occur from both over and underwatering, which can be easily remedied with a regular soil check and only watering if needed.

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