Monstera Thai Constellation plant is a beautiful, rare type of Monstera that spreads with massive breadth, often hosting splashes of cream and yellow on its green base.
These tropical plants can grow 1-2 feet each year for up to approximately 8 feet. Its big leaves can grow up to a span of 3 meters!
Thai Constellation Monstera is not a naturally occurring variety from its parent, the deliciosa.
The Monstera Thai Constellation was first introduced to the world through intentional genetic mutation through tissue culture of monstera plants in a lab.
In fact, its name stems from the fact that it was first cultivated and produced in a lab in Thailand using a Monstera deliciosa plant.
The Thai Constellation also has a star-like pattern on its foliage and resembles something from a NASA catalog.
While it’s a slow-growing plant, it requires plenty of bright, direct sunlight and nutrient-rich potting soil to grow bold and strong.
It grows best in free-draining soil and doesn’t require too much watering – making it an ideal specimen for beginner green thumbs and indoor gardeners.
Click the link to learn how to propagate Monstera Thai Constellation. ⬇