How do you care for a Monstera Siltepecana plant?

How Do You Care For A Monstera Siltepecana Plant?

The care of this Monstera Siltepecana is simple. Use a soil mixture that drains effectively and a container with drainage holes. Water often and let excess moisture to drain. When the soil is nearly dry, water it.

Provide high humidity and temperatures between 60 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit (16 and 35 degrees Celsius). A moss pole will allow Monstera Siltepecana to develop and ascend. The following are the factors to consider when caring Monstera Siltepecana;


Since the Monstera Siltepecana is a tropical plant, it requires bright light. Let it grow in the window and make sure not to block too much light. If you want to mimic natural sunlight, make sure that your indoor plants are not so close to other plants.


The Monstera Siltepecana likes a soil mixture that drains effectively. Because of this, avoid using regular potting soil.

There are many alternatives on the market such as; an organic, peat-based mix; Coconut fiber; Sphagnum moss; Perlite; and Bark chips. You should also ensure that the soil mixture is acidic as it will be more conducive to the growth of your indoor plants.


Make sure that the soil is frequently moist. Wet soil feels like a wrung-out sponge while dry soil feels hard to the touch. Make sure to check the water level of the drainage holes in your pot before watering your Monstera Siltepecana.

Don’t let it get dry for a long time as this will cause it to lose leaves and droop. But on the other hand, don’t let it be soggy for too long as roots may rot and cause further damage to your houseplant.

To maintain the Monstera Siltepecana a thick layer of humus should be present in the soil. This will help to prevent the leaves from rotting.

Furthermore, make sure that water drains after it has been watered as too much water can cause your Monstera Siltepecana to rot. When you water, make sure that you don’t overwater it.


The Monstera Siltepecana can withstand a wide variety of temperatures. It prefers a temperature between 60 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit (16 and 35 degrees Celsius). Therefore, make sure that the temperature in your house is within this range.


Keep your Monstera Siltepecana in a place where the humidity is between 40 and 70 percent. This high level of humidity is necessary for your plants to develop. The best way to achieve this level of humidity is to use a pebble tray or a wood box with holes filled with pebbles.


The best way to propagate is by using stem cuttings. Make sure not to cut the leaves and make sure that you clean the pruning shears with alcohol to prevent any disease from spreading into your plant.

The stem cutting should be about 8-10 inches long, dipped in rooting hormone and then placed in a lightly moistened, perlite-based mixture. The stem cutting should be placed on some sort of moss pole or totem to allow the stem cutting to climb up and root itself.


The Monstera Siltepecana is an extremely hardy houseplant. It can tolerate a wide variety of pot sizes, provided that it has plenty of room to grow and develop. Therefore, repot only when you see that your Monstera Siltepecana has outgrown the current container size.

Furthermore, you should use a soil mixture that drains well and also can be used in containers without drainage holes. For example; Perlite, peat moss or coconut fiber.


The Monstera Siltepecana can tolerate pruning. Before you prune, make sure that you clean your pruning scissors with alcohol to prevent infection and disease from spreading into the plant. However, make sure that your Monstera Siltepecana is not getting too much sunlight when you trim.


The Monstera Siltepecana prefers nutrient-rich soil. Therefore, you should fertilize it with a fertilizer that is meant for vines and large house plants. Also, make sure the fertilizer is diluted to half the strength recommended on the package.

Pests and Diseases

The Monstera Siltepecana can benefit from the presence of a few houseplants pests. However, it is an extremely hardy plant that does not flinch whenever you attack the pests attached to it with your insecticidal soap spray.

Some common houseplant pests include: mealybugs, scale insects and spider mites. This won’t harm your Monstera Siltepecana. However, always check for affected areas and make sure that you remove any such pests as soon as you spot them.

Where Can I Buy A Monstera Siltepecana?

This plant is available for purchase on eBay, Etsy, through private sellers on Facebook or Instagram, and in online plant stores. These plants are uncommonly accessible at garden centers and conventional offline plant stores.

Monstera Siltepecana is a high-maintenance plant, so you should buy one from a seller who has a lot of experience with it.

Monstera Siltepecana is an uncommonly accessible plant. It is only available for purchase online.

Therefore, you should wait for the plant to be in stock with someone who specializes in the care of this plant. This way, you can get it at a reasonable price without paying for the shipping fee.

Is A Monstera Siltepecana Expensive?

Monstera Siltepecana is rather inexpensive and can be purchased for around $20. However, depending on your area, these costs may be greater or cheaper. The cost of plants is heavily influenced by their availability.

Monstera Siltepecana is in high demand because it is hard to find and possess a harmful. Thus, you will pay more for the plant regardless of where you buy it.

Monstera Siltepecana can be found in local gardening centers, but only when they are in stock at garden centers that have a wide range of plants including rare and hardy plants. Therefore, you will pay more for it as shipping costs will also be higher.

Online plant stores are the most cost-effective option as the delivery cost is lower and so is the shipping cost. Monstera Siltepecana can grow up to one meter tall. These plants prefer bright indirect light and need plenty of space for growth.

How Do You Propagate Monstera Siltepecana?

Monstera Siltepecana is propagated most well from stem cuttings. You must have at least one node but no leaves. A leaf-bearing cutting will rapidly grow into a plant. Common propagation mediums include soil, water, sphagnum moss, and perlite.

A Monstera Siltepecana propagated from a leaf-bearing cutting will grow rapidly. However, the Monstera Siltepecana is difficult to propagate from cutting as it lacks a central leader.

A Monstera Siltepecana propagated from a root cutting will grow quickly. They are very common in both houseplants and cacti because they prefer high humidity levels. The following are the procedures to follow when;

Propagating stem cutting

  • Take a cutting with one node and 1-3 leaves
  • Depending on the extent of the cutting let it callous over for many minutes or hours
  • Callous over will close the wound utilizing plant sap. Once the end of the cutting is dried it is time to place it into soil
  • Some folks like to use some form of cloning gel or rooting hormone. You may use it and it can aid the cutting to root faster. It is not essential, however.
  • Prepare your potting material that ought to be well-draining and slightly most.
  • Use a stick to dig a hole to place your cutting into
  • Put the slice into the opening and make sure no leaves are submerged
  • Gently push the earth around the incision so the steam is trapped
  • Water very sparingly! Your cutting has no roots at this point and it will take longer before the soil dries out which shouldn’t happen when you are rooting a cutting.
  • After 2-3 weeks, gently pull your cutting to examine if it has started to root
  • Once the first new leaf has been formed you may be sure that the cutting has successfully rooted and is now a whole plant.

Propagating root cutting

  • Sphagnum moss propagation is now our favorite method for rooting cuttings. First, we did not really understand the buzz. However, after we figured it out, we were amazed at how nicely it works. If performed correctly, the success rate is high.
  • One of the greatest benefits is that your cuttings will form soil roots rather than water roots and will have minimal to no transplant shock. The following are step-by-step instructions:
  • Preparation of sphagnum moss it may be dry or living sphagnum moss. In any case, it must be soaked in water. After letting the moss soak for several seconds, you must press it at least three times in your palms. This is a crucial point. You want your sphagnum moss just a tiny bit damp.
  • Place the moss in a box or container.
  • Put in your new trimmings
  • Your moss will rapidly dry up if it is not contained in a container or covered with a transparent plastic bag.
  • Check on the moss every few days, and if it begins to dry out, re-wet it gently. We use a spray bottle since watering with a can or under a faucet may oversaturate the moss, making it difficult to squeeze out the excess moisture if you have already made an incision in the moss.
  • Wait for 2-3 weeks. Check on the cutting periodically to determine if roots have begun to develop. You shouldn’t do it too often since it strains the cutting each time, but we would be lying if we said we never peek.

Similar Posts