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Variegated Monstera Lechleriana For Sale ( 3 Leaf well rooted top cutting )

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2 Leaf plant with leaves about 3-5 inches long. Well rooted and ready for a new home.

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Famous for its split leaves and prolific nature, Extremely Rare Monstera Lechleriana Variegated is every serious plant collector's must-have.

It is related to the legendary Variegated Monstera Adansonii and has some features strikingly similar to it but it is not. Just like the Adansonii it is almost never found with the beautiful variegation as pictures in this plant. 


The Variegated Monstera Lechleriana plant thrives in bright filtered sunlight and has regular watering needs. It's very hardy climates and grows well in soils that are moist and well-draining. 

The Monstera Lechleriana is an evergreen species with interesting foliage. It comes from the Arum family of plants. Mainly the rainforests of Central America, including Mexico and Panama, are the natural habitat of this aroid plant.

This tropical species produces a large number of leaves. Naturally, its foliage is green in color and has a distinctive split-leaf appearance.

As they naturally grow in rainforests, Lechlerianas tend to climb over tree trunks. The Lechleriana plant can reach lofty heights when allowed.

As the Variegated Monstera Lechleriana grows, it gives rise to big and lush beautifully wooed leaves that frequently have holes close to its central vein.

The Monstera Lechleriana has a fast growth rate. Its mature leaves usually fan out as the plant climbs higher.

The Monstera genus has at least 48 species, with most growing in the wild.

All Monstera varieties differ from each other in size, color, and hole arrangement.

Despite their iconic slotted-leave appearance, they are often confused with other species

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A juvenile Monstera plant may look completely different from its mature form. See mature for leaves featured.