Growing a Monstera ‘Thai Constellation’ Houseplant
The Thai constellation plant thrives in bright indirect light but can also tolerate low-light conditions. It grows well in well-draining soil and requires moderate watering. It is important not to water again until the top inch of soil has dried off. It is also known for its ability to climb if provided with a support structure, making it an excellent choice for those looking to create a statement piece or enhance vertical space. The Thai Constellation Monstera it’s a cross between two well-liked members of the aroid family—the Monstera Deliciosa and the Epipremnum Pinnatum. Unlike its more common cousin, the Monstera Deliciosa, the Thai Constellation has smaller and more irregular holes in its leaves, adding to its charm. If you’re a fan of plants, you should definitely consider adding a Monstera Thai Constellation to your collection.
*Please note the leaves may not have any splits but those will appear as the plant matures.