A variegated form of Monstera that has random creamy splashes and even a few splotches. Significantly slower growing than the species (M. deliciosa), you can expect about one new leaf per month. At maturity, foliage can reach up to 3' across!
We've named this size "Tots" since they've just entered the fenestration stage (mature foliage vs juvenile) of growth. They're significantly larger than our Babes and really impressive in person.
Our Tots are about 24” tall and each have 3-5 leaves. Those classic Monstera fenestrations (leaf cut outs) are already beginning to show through and will continue to develop as the plants grow. Their root systems will be fairly small compare to the size of the plants, so don't be alarmed when you replant them. Provide them with warmth on the bottom (seedling heat mats) of the pots to encourage root growth. Once you receive your plant, plant it in a 6-8" wide pot using fresh (not reused), high quality and well-draining potting media.
Tot: pot size is 1 gallon, plants are 16-24" tall, and 3-5 leaves per plant.