Monstera dubia (Large form)
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Do you want to know about a plant with three wholly different stages of foliage? We are going to talk about the Monstera dubia. This native of Central and South America is beautiful enough to be a part of any houseplant collection. The plant surprisingly develops into indistinguishably different forms during its life.
In the juvenile stage, the 2 to 3 inches long, oval leaves are seen with green base and silvery grey variegations. These leaves grow to get small holes until maturity. Eventually, you see plane green, typically fenestrated, about a foot long Monstera dubia mature leaves. To your surprise, it closely resembles the famous shingler Rhaphidophora cryptantha plant in the juvenile state and ends up looking like the sibling, Monstera deliciosa.
Interesting? Let us know more about the low-maintenance and ever-changing, the Dubia Monstera plant.