The Variegated Adansonii is a unique houseplant, from the same family as the popular Variegated Adansonii plant. The Adansonii has smaller leaves, and can grow either as climbing or trailing. A very rare specimen of this plant has partially white leaves, known as variegation.
The Monstera adansonii is nicknamed the “Swiss Cheese” plant for its many holes.
And the Monstera adansonii variegated or variegata gives it a whole new meaning with white or yellow coloring.
This plant needs more light than most Monsteras because of its’ variegated leaves.
The soil should always be well-draining and the plant needs a lot of indirect but bright sunlight.
The Monstera plant is a vining plant, which makes it perfect for a hanging basket. It’ll look perfect no matter what room you place it in.