Monstera adansonii is the latest and greatest in indoor plants. Only commercially available since around 2016, this climbing or trailing plant is becoming a must-have for indoor plant enthusiasts. Like other Monstera, it’s easy to grow in and indoor situation. It will climb if provided a structure, or will trail as a hanging basket plant without.
This Monstera does best in a bright position. It does not require direct sun but will, like others in the genus, adapt to significant levels of sun. Over watering can be an issue compared to Monstera deliciosa, as the stems are thinner and more prone to rotting off. They may benefit from drying out somewhat between waterings, as do most indoor plants.
As a hanging basket plant, light pruning occasionally will help produce more vines and a thicker plant. Similarly when growing on a structure or totem, light pruning will tidy the growth and may help the plant produce more vines.