Monstera 'Monstera deliciosa mint white tears'

Accepted:

No

Established:

No

Nomenclatural Notes:

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Released Year:

Unknown

Propagated:

No

Cultivar Type:

Sport

Originator:

Dede

Namer:

kunzo

Seed Parent:

Pollen Parent:

Base Species or Cultivar:

Minstera Deliciosa

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Cultivar Origin:

Monstera deliciosa comes from the Araceae family. Of course this type of Monstera ornamental plant looks so unique because the leaves it has consist of irregular white mottled and green colors, even in each leaf it is not the same. The color pattern possessed by this plant is due to a mutation in the plant, thus emerging new varieties that are considered rare plants.

Name Origin:

The name mean type of variegation is like teardrops, blotches, the pattern is very unique and the leaves are thick,

Growth Habit:

Given the right conditions and support, Monstera deliciosa are long-lived plants that can grow 10 to 15 feet tall indoors and stretch 8 feet wide, with leaves that measure 18 inches across or more. Variegated monstera grow much slower and rarely achieve that size indoors.

Leaf Blade:

wide and round large form

Bloom and Fruit:

The downside is that it takes at least 10 months for the fruit of the Monstera Deliciosa to be ripe. However there is some risk involved, if you eat unripe fruit, it can burn seriously in your throat.

Distinguishing Characteristics:

The name mean type of variegation is like teardrops, blotches, the pattern is very unique and the leaves are thick,

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