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How To Care For the Swiss Cheese Plant, or Monstera! Possibly the most 'pinnable' houseplant. Your plant will love bright to medium indirect light, and a little extra moisture goes a long way, mist weekly and wipe the leaves, this helps them breathe easier. Learn more about your Monstera's care needs and watch the full video in the link! #houseplant #monstera #monsteradeliciosa #swisscheeseplant #plantcare #planttips #plantcaretips #houseplantcare #indoorplants #houseplanttips
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What are the signs it's time to stake your Monstera? If your Monstera is not growing upright, or the stems are bending toward the floor, these are signs that it could use some extra support. Although staking isn't necessary, moss poles or other supports can help mimic a Monstera's natural growth pattern and keep it from taking up too much space.