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Variegated Monstera Deliciosa Albo Borsigiana 3 Leaf Mature Top Cutting With PHYTOSANITARY Certificate Included
Variegated Monstera Deliciosa Albo 3 Leaf Top Cutting With PHYTOSANITARY Certificate Included / Worldwide Shipping
This is a huge top cutting from my highly variegated, mature mother plant. The leaves are absolutely massive with lots of fenestrations and gorgeous variegation..
The are some good Ariel roots and nodes. Also some lovely white stripes in the stem.
Variegated Monstera Deliciosa Albo Borsigiana – A Unique and Striking Plant
Monstera Deliciosa Borsigiana. The Variegated Monstera Deliciosa Albo Borsigiana is not only an eye-catching plant but it’s also quite rare, so get yours before they’re all gone!
All of the plants we sell are sustainably cultivated and do well in just about any light or watering conditions. Each one comes with full instructions to help you get your plant off to the best start possible, along with a warranty ensuring that you’ll enjoy your new home décor long into the future. Contact us today to order yours.
How to propagate Monstera Deliciosa Borsigiana
The Monstera Deliciosa Borsigiana plant can be propagated in three ways: growing it from seed, propagation by grafting (that is, taking a piece of stem with some roots attached to it and grafting it onto another part of another Monstera deliciosa), or from cuttings. Rooting hormone is usually not necessary.
The conditions for cutting propagation are similar to those for growing new plants from seed; if rooted under glass or in water, enough humidity should be provided to keep cuttings from drying out.
In order to ensure that your plant stays beautiful, it needs to receive as much natural sunlight as possible. Variegated Monsteras, in particular, thrive on intense lighting (which they get naturally in tropical climates) but will still do well in indirect sunlight or indoors with lots of artificial light.
To ensure that your plant receives as much natural light as possible, you may need to reposition it regularly throughout its growth cycle. You’ll also want to be sure that no tree branches or other objects obstruct your plants sunlight — especially if you live close to a heavily forested area. Staking is often required for Variegated Monsteras due to their increased weight from all those flowers.
Variegated Monsteras thrive in soil that is rich, moist and well drained. They grow best in locations with bright indirect light to partial shade. However, if placed in too much shade or full sun, their leaves may fade or develop brown spots. Variegated Monsteras can also be placed outside during warmer months when temperatures are moderate (above 55 degrees Fahrenheit).
They are also drought-tolerant plants as long as they get adequate water when young to establish a strong root system. Once established, these plants will require about once watering per week for proper growth; depending on temperature and other factors, more frequent watering may be necessary during hot spells to ensure that roots do not dry out completely.
In most cases, your variegated Monstera Deliciosa Borsigiana will need medium to high water. The less light that a plant gets, typically, the more water it needs. It is important to allow your soil to dry out between watering as well. However, if you are growing in a pot, try to avoid overwatering as container soils don’t drain well and may cause root rot if they stay too wet for too long.
Be especially careful when watering in winter as some pots are poorly designed with drainage holes at their bottoms which will retain water even though your plant may have dried out aboveground. If you notice yellow leaves or leaf drop after watering, check your pot for excess moisture.
If you still aren’t sure whether or not to water, stick your finger into the soil up to about an inch deep. If it feels moist but not soggy then wait another day before watering again. Remember that there is no substitute for common sense!
Proper Care and Handling
If you are new to caring for monsteras, it is important to understand that these plants are tropical species. This means they require a high amount of humidity and prefer warmer temperatures. Depending on your conditions, you may want to consider growing it in a terrarium, which provides an enclosed environment that closely mimics its natural habitat.
On top of providing optimal care, another advantage of growing it in a terrarium is that they give off an exotic appearance that can boost decorum as well. If you’re looking for easy plant care tips and ideas, we’ve put together a list of our favorite houseplants—including monsteras—that don’t require much maintenance.
Keep scrolling down to read about how to clean Variegated Monsteras!
Fertilizer Requirements for a Monstera Deliciosa Borsigiana
The fertilizer requirements of these plants are low. Use only a well-balanced liquid fertilizer or a water-soluble balanced fertilizer according to label directions. Do not overfeed, since very large amounts of fertilizer are potentially toxic to houseplants. Feeding monthly will be sufficient in most cases.
Too much nitrogen promotes rapid, soft growth that is susceptible to fungus infection, so avoid overfeeding with nitrogen-rich fertilizers (e.g., ammonium nitrate). Pinch back plants during spring and summer to promote branching; pinch after flowering has begun if you desire shorter plants. Prune out leggy stems as needed at any time of year. To encourage reblooming, cut off dead flower stalks before new ones appear.
Fortunately, fungal problems are not very common with houseplants. However, there are many different types of fungi, such as mildew and mold. Monstera Deliciosa Borsigiana. These fungi can cause discoloration or a bad odor on plants.
You may also see any leaves covered in a white substance or black spots. It’s important to act quickly if you suspect your plant has a fungus problem since it can be hard to get rid of once it takes hold.
Pests and Diseases
It is a common mistake to assume that all indoor plants can be grown in an apartment. For example, some plants are susceptible to fungal diseases, or are vulnerable to insect pests.
These issues will become a lot more serious if you keep them indoors. Some indoor plants attract cockroaches and rats, which could pose a danger to your health. To start with, it’s better to know what kind of vegetation grows well indoors.
Then you need make sure that it is suitable for your location, i.e., whether there’s enough sunlight or not, whether soil drainage is adequate etc.. If there are any problems with these parameters you should look for other species of plants which might be better suited for growing indoors.
Colouring process of Monstera Deliciosa Borsigiana
monstera deliciosa vs borsigiana
The Borsigiana has a slightly different coloration, with dark green leaves turning to an off-white at their edges, making them look like they’re etched in white. The inside of the leaves are also a bright white; in comparison, there is more variation between leaf colors on regular monsteras. On both varieties of monsteras, new leaves emerge with either red or yellow stripes. These fade over time as well. Another difference is that while variegated monsteras have a straight stem, borsigianas have one that’s curved. In addition, borsigianas can grow up to 8 feet tall while regular monsteras top out around 6 feet. While it’s possible for your plant to die back during winter months (especially if you live in a cold climate), most gardeners find that their plants will grow back from its roots when spring arrives. If you do lose your plant completely during winter, it’s not too late: You can buy another one online through places like Amazon and propagate it yourself by planting its stem into soil.
I am happy to ship anywhere really and If check my reviews you can see this.
AUSTRALIA and CANADA you need an import permit to import cuttings into your countries so please apply for this before purchasing a cutting 🙏
I do ship to the USA regularly and have no problems, especially if sent with the phyto certificate.
The shipping is a bit more for overseas but this covers the inspection to get the phyto and the faster courier shipping that I use. I only ship next day delivery to make sure it arrived safely.
If you did want to send without it and cheaper shipping this is fine but at your risk obviously..
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