Variegated Monstera ‘Thai Constellation’

The Monstera Thai Constellation is a houseplant that has dramatic and
beautiful foliage. Well, I know that when you had your first glance at this
beauty, it already captured your attention. This cultivar has appealing
variegated leaves with splashes of creamy-yellow coloration.
It has enormous, glossy, heart-shaped leaves that alter structure as they
age.
Did you also know that this beauty's origin came from the laboratory?
Yes! Thai Constellation is a yellow-to-white variegated that was created
in a lab. The name comes from the fact that it was made in a tissue
culture laboratory in Thailand.
And its parent plant is no other than the Monstera deliciosa!
Another fun fact about this beauty is that the Monstera Thai
Constellation gets its name from the pattern's resemblance to a celestial
constellation. Sounds lovely, isn't it? Now, do you want to grow this kind
of variegated Monstera? Read below to find out more!
Watering Needs
The Monstera 'Thai Constellation' has a very sensitive root system. So
when watering your Monstera, make sure to water well and adequately
drain the water after. Allow the soil to never dry out or become soaked
with water. Neither is good for the plant's health.
During the spring and summer, you should water your Thai Constellation
about once a week and less in the winter
Ideal Lighting
The more white variegation there is, the harder it is for a plant to
photosynthesize. And that's the reality for this Monstera Thai.


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