30 - 40cm Monstera Oblique Peru Obliqua 12cm Pot

Potted Houseplants
£2,199.99

Delivery Time: Delivered within 1-3 working days. 6.99 for Unlimited Plants

These plants are kept at a specialist nursery. Once ordered, we will collect the plants and bring them to our houseplant nursery for packing. Please allow an extra week for this process.

The Monstera Obliqua Peru is a rare houseplant that brings a simple, yet beautiful look into the home. This is a monstera plant that is sought after by houseplant lovers for its rarity and unique look. It grows slightly smaller than some other varieties of monstera, but it more than makes up for it with stunning foliage.


Each of the leaves is a pointed, oval shape and displays a patchwork of green to dark-green colour. The true beauty of this plant comes from the unique pattern of fenestrations that open as the leaf ages. These fenestrations are larger and more uniform than other varieties, giving the leaves a beautiful geometric look that adds texture and interest to any space. If given good growing conditions, this plant may produce yellow flowers in the summer.


Where should put my Monstera Oblique Peru?


This plant thrives in bright, but indirect light. Ideally your chosen location should just be offset from a sunny window. Its not possible to completely avoid direct light, try filtering the light with a blind or transparent window sticker. Avoid placing your plant in a space that receives strong draughts or frequent temperature changes.


How often should I water my Monstera Oblique Peru?


You should water your monstera enough to keep the soil moist, but not wet. You will know your plant needs watering when the top 2 to 3 inches of soil are dry. Test this by inserting a finger into the soil to test. In the warmer months you will find that you will be watering more often.

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