Monstera dubia us known as the shingling plant. In its juvenile stage, the plant produces small leaves that shingle themselves flat to pieces of wood. As the plant mature, it produces large leaves which have fenestrations typical of other species of Monstera. Like most other species, this variety prefers moist but well-draining soil and some humidity. As it climbs, it should be staked or allowed to climb up moss poles.
All plants will be shipped attached to cedar planks.