You can recognize monstera dubia by the small, heart-shaped leaves, speckled with both light and dark green. Since juvenile plants (the kind you’ll likely see indoors) lack the iconic monstera slits and holes, you may not even recognize it as a monstera at first! But the gorgeous light and dark green patterned leaves make this a beautiful plant in its own right, even without the fenestration.
A Monstera dubia plant needs bright indirect light to thrive. In complete shade, a Monstera dubia can’t make it through photosynthesis. Direct sunlight can harm your plant. Otherwise, the leaves will become scorched and discolored.
Monstera dubia plant to see if it needs watering. You should water at least every ten days, if not sooner. Also, make sure that the Monstera is getting enough humidity. That moisture in the air helps keep your plant hydrated.Water when the top 1-2 inches of soil dry out, which should be every 7-10 days.
Like all monsteras, monstera dubia likes to climb. You can provide a small moss pole or trellis as you would for other varieties, or stake a flat board in the pot. As it climbs, the monstera dubia will adhere to the surface and lay flat like shingles!