Monstera Pinnatipartita



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Monstera Pinnatipartita is a rare evergreen plant that looks similar to a Monstera Deliciosa due to it’s fenestration’s, large leaf size and Monstera Peru due to its leaf texture. Like the Monstera Deliciosa the Pinnatipartita does not get its split leaves until it’s a mature plant. The fenestration’s (split leaves) are very deep and go right up to the mid rib in mature leaves, making this plant very dramatic and highly sought after. The leaves are a deep green and have a glossy appearance. They grow in an upright growing habit so a moss pole is ideal to give this plant the best support. In the right conditions indoors this plant can reach up to 6 metres and have a spread of 2 metres. 

This plant comes with a free 12 cm nursery pot.

*Please note*

It does not come with the ceramic pot shown in the pictures. But if you would love one too you can add your own Deep Rooted Potagate Pot to your basket. 

This plant may have been watered before shipping – please do not water upon arrival unless the soil is completely dry.

Care Guide for your Monstera Pinnatipartita


What Lighting Do I Need For My Monstera Pinnatipartita?

Part sun, part shade (indirect light) – Plants with this requirement are easy to find a perfect spot for. West or East facing windows are great for your Monstera Pinnatipartita, or even a spot a short distance from a very sunny window.

*Top Tip: Plants grow towards light, rotate your Monstera every time you water to help it grow evenly.


How Often Do I Need To Water My Pinnatipartita? 

Medium demand – *Always check how damp the soil is before watering*

Water well, and then let the soil almost dry out before watering again. If the plant gets too much water, it is at risk of rot. 

Water type unsensitive – Normal tap water is fine for your Monstera Pinnatipartita.


What Temperature Is Best For My Monstera?

The recommended temperature for your new house plant to thrive, making it happy and healthy, is between 16°C-27°C


How Do I Fertilise My Monstera Pinnatipartita?

Only fertilise your Pinnatipartita if it is actively growing (putting out new leaves).

Use a weak fertiliser at half the recommended dose if you are not sure. Most house plants will go dormant in winter and stop growing so will not need to be fertilised.

If you fertilise a dormant plant, it will not absorb the nutrients. The nutrients will instead stay in the soil and can cause chemical burn to your house plant.

To avoid chemical burn to your house plant, use a natural fertiliser for your Monstera, like our Silver Soil Booster.


What Humidity Is Best For This House Plant?

High humidity (Between 70-100%) – This means keeping them in a warm, humid, draft free location. You can increase humidity by either using pebble trays under your pots, grouping plants close together, misting in the morning, and of course using a humidifier. 


What Is The Best Soil For Monstera Pinnatipartita?

Aroid mix – These plants have thick, chunky root systems that require something to grip onto, while still being aerated & quick-draining. Try 2-parts coco coir + 1-part peat free compost + 1-part pine bark + 2-parts perlite.

Alternatively, we have the perfect pre-made Aroid Mix.


Is Monstera Toxic?

Toxic – This house plant is not safe for humans and pets


As with any house plant, please do not repot within 2 weeks of delivery as you need your plant to acclimatise to your house and recover from the stress of shipping.

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