Monstera Albo borsigiana


Monstera Albo borsigiana is a sub-specie of the famous plant monster deliciosa. It is smaller in size and has a rapid growth rate as compared to the Deliciosa. The dark-green hearts shaped leaves grow to get holes turning into typical Monstera perforations on maturity.


Monstera Albo borsigiana

Variegated monstera varieties are making a splash on social media and the houseplant industry, and one of the most sought-after varieties is monstera deliciosa borsigiana, aka monstera albo. 

This subspecies of monstera deliciosa is slightly smaller than a true deliciosa and doesn’t have the characteristic “ruffles” where the stem attaches to the leaf. But the cell mutation responsible for the variegation produces some truly spectacular blocks and splashes of white among the green.

There are no seeds for monstera albo, and this plant can only be propagated from cuttings and by separation. Luckily, these plants tend to retain their variegation through cuttings more readily than other species of variegated monsteras.

Here are our tips for buying and caring for this beautiful monstera variety!

How to Care for Monstera Albo

If you do manage to get your hands on a monstera albo, know this: variegated monsteras can be tricky to care for. The beautiful white coloring means that these plants have less chlorophyll than regular monsteras, which means they’ll have a harder time converting sunlight to energy.

Here’s how to ensure that your monstera albo cutting has the best chance of survival and growing up into a big, beautiful plant!

Plenty of light

Because of the lack of chlorophyll, your monstera albo will need lots of bright, indirect sunlight. Place near a bright window that faces south or east but where it will never be in the sun’s direct rays. If you can’t provide enough natural light, you may need to supplement with

The right soil

Make sure to plant your cutting in a and use a rich, loamy soil. Try a light, indoor with a few handfuls of peat moss mixed in.


Your cutting will need evenly moist soil to thrive, so try watering when the top inch or two feels dry, or when a moisture meter reads about a 4. Water until it starts to drain, then empty the drainage tray immediately.


Monsteras are tropical plants and variegated monstera leaves are extra sensitive, so you’ll want to provide enough humidity to keep your leaves supple and soft. Place the pot on a pebble tray (a shallow tray filled with pebbles and water) or set up a humidifier nearby.


Your Monstera Albo Borsigiana will need the right nutrients to form healthy roots, sturdy stems, and those beautiful variegated leaves. So about a month after planting, start fertilizing regularly with to give your cutting the nutrition it needs!

You’ll be the envy of monstera lovers all over the world!


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