Monstera albo for sale. This Monstera Deliciosa subspecies grows more quickly than a real Deliciosa and has smaller mature leaves. Albo Boriskiana These plants, Monstera Deliciosa Borsigiana Variegata, also exhibit stronger variegation retention after being reproduced.
This is a highly common approach to acquiring a Variegated Monstera due to the more straightforward nature of growing this plant with variegation intact. A subspecies of the well-known plant Monster deliciosa is called Monstera Albo borsigiana. Compared to the Deliciosa, it is smaller and grows more quickly.
As the dark-green, heart-shaped leaves mature, they develop holes that eventually transform into the trademark Monstera perforations. There are a few different variegated varieties, the most remarkable of which is the Monstera Delisioca ‘Albo-Variegata’. However, they are both pricey and extremely rare.
A botanist spent hundreds of dollars on a Swiss cheese plant at the beginning of the year, which ignited an internet bidding war. It is impossible to grow Monstera albo from seeds, and it is highly challenging (but not impossible) to locate mature plants. Finding a cutting from a private owner is your best option. There are several methods for doing this.
‘Variegata’ Monstera Albo
Albo Borsigiana Monstera
Albo-type Monstera Borsigiana
Albo variegata Monstera Deliciosa Borsigiana
Borsigiana’s Monstera Deliciosa ‘Albo’ variegated
Yes, there are undoubtedly a few more floating around that we missed. What purpose does this serve? Whatever name you choose, they are all for the same plant. Don’t spend more money on plants just because they sound “fancy” than others.
Monstera Albo Borsigiana Care
Alright, enough about your Monstera Albo Borsigiana… how do you care for it?
To care for your Monstera Albo Borsigiana properly, you will need to supply it with bright indirect light. In the early morning or late evening, some direct sun will also be beneficial; just ensure that your leaves are not becoming sunburnt.
Why the extra fuss? Green pigment (chlorophyll) is required for photosynthesis, so the whiter your plant is, the more indirect light it will need. Why? The green portions of your plant have to do double duty! If your plant decides it’s not getting enough bright light, it will produce new growth that’s greener.
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