Monstera Losing Variegation
Monstera Losing Variegation
Monstera Losing Variegation
Monstera Losing Variegation
Monstera Losing Variegation
Monstera Losing Variegation Folia House
Monstera Losing Variegation Folia House

Monstera Losing Variegation

 

Up for grab is a beautiful Monstera Loosing Variegation that has a small variegated leaf at the beginning but loosing its variegation. Pot diameter 13cm, total plant height 55cm. Ceramic pot not included.

$15 Express Post on Monday or Tuesday to VIC, NSW, QLD, SA. No shipping to quarantine states (WA, NT, TAS). No responsibility taken for damage or delays by Australia Post.

Please carefully read Bidding Rules below before you bid.

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN! 😊💚

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  • Cancellation request after winning auction (for whatever reasons) will attract a cancellation cost of $50 or 10% final price, whichever greater;
  • "No show" after winning the auction will be banned from future auctions; 
  • All bids must be placed on this website, we don't accept bids via phone or email;
  • Read the below 3 articles to ensure you are familiar with the bidding process and the tool available to help to increase your chance of winning:
  • Email notifications are sent out when you are outbid or when you become the winner;
  • If the winner fails to pay for the item by 12pm the following day (after the Auction ends), the item will go to the next highest bidder;
  • Refund/Returns: once the plant has been delivered/collected/received, no refunds or returns accepted;

Tips:

  • When bidding, always double-check that you've entered the correct amount – especially when making a last-minute bid;
  • Utilize the Automatic Bidding feature, which works like eBay; 
  • You can check your bid history in your account;

Lighting: Like most plants, the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant thrives in bright, filtered sunlight. It does not do well under harsh and direct sun rays. If exposed to the direct scorching sun for an extended period, the plant’s leaves may burn.
Similarly, placing it in full shade or insufficient sunlight can also have detrimental effects. When placed in inadequate sunlight, the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant grows very slowly, or its growth comes to a complete halt.
You can place your Monstera Yellow Variegated plant facing northwest or south window where there is an ample amount of filtered sunlight. Alternatively, you can grow the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant under artificial growing lights.

Watering: Please be sure not to water the plant too little or excessively. Under-watering the plant may lead to dried leaf-tips, while overwatering can cause root-rot. The latter can be quite a serious problem and may lead to the plant’s death.
If you are growing your Monstera Yellow Variegated plant in a pot, add water till you see water coming out of the drainage holes. Please refrain from making your Marmorata plant stay in soggy soil or standing water.
I advise you to use lukewarm and low-chlorine content water when watering. The best is to let water stand 24 hours before watering.

Temperature: Due to its tropical nature, the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant does not like temperature extremes. However, it can tolerate a wide variety of temperatures, adding to the list of reasons for why it is an excellent houseplant choice.
The ideal temperature range for the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant is 15 to 25 degrees Celsius.
The Monstera Yellow Variegated plant has an active growth rate during the summer and spring seasons. However, the winter season may cause a temporary growth cessation.
The Yellow Variegated Monstera plant does not react well to extremely cold temperatures and frost; therefore, it is best to bring the plant inside during the colder months.
Moreover, ensure that your Monstera Yellow Variegated plant is kept away from open windows and heating/cooling units, as they can cause temperature fluctuations. These sudden temperature changes can have adverse effects on the plant’s overall health.

Humidity: These tropical dwellers are high humidity lovers. A minimum humidity level of about 65% is essential for the plant to thrive. Any environment that is too dry can cause damage to this variegated beauty.
The Monstera Yellow Variegated plant enjoys high humidity. However, in some areas, such elevated levels can be hard to achieve. Fortunately, there are several ways you can establish and maintain these high moisture levels.
You can use a pebble-water tray under the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant’s pot or set up a humidifier in the surroundings.
You can also mist the plant’s surroundings, making sure not to make direct contact with the plant. Alternatively, you can group all your houseplants in one room to have fair humidity distribution.
If you notice your Monstera Yellow Variegated plant’s leaves’ tips turning brown or crispy, the plant may be suffering from humidity stress. In such a scenario, check the moisture levels and set them according to the plant’s preferences.

Soil: Monstera arises from tropical lands that receive plenty of rain throughout the year. Therefore, these tropical beauties thrive in soils that are rich in nutrients, moist, and organic.
I recommend you use soil that is well-draining with good aeration. A good idea is to use a good quality potting soil mix that contains peat moss, orchid bark, and perlite.
The soil for Monstera Yellow Variegated should have excellent drainage.
The Monstera Yellow Variegated plant loves soil that is slightly acidic to alkaline (5 to 7.5). Please remember that the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant is more prone to root-rot than its fellow species.
Therefore, if you are potting it in a container, ensure that it has drainage holes and does not allow water accumulation..

 

Please call 0421 568 298 

or 

Email: support@foliahouse.com.au

Bidding Rules

By placing your bids, you agree to the below Rules:

  • Create an account or login  before placing your bid;
  • All bidders' names will be hidden to protect bidders' privacy;
  • Bidding is a contractual obligation. When you're deciding on your maximum bid, be sure you're happy to pay that amount if you win the auction;
  • Cancellation request after winning auction (for whatever reasons) will attract a cancellation cost of $50 or 10% final price, whichever greater;
  • "No show" after winning the auction will be banned from future auctions; 
  • All bids must be placed on this website, we don't accept bids via phone or email;
  • Read the below 3 articles to ensure you are familiar with the bidding process and the tool available to help to increase your chance of winning:
  • Email notifications are sent out when you are outbid or when you become the winner;
  • If the winner fails to pay for the item by 12pm the following day (after the Auction ends), the item will go to the next highest bidder;
  • Refund/Returns: once the plant has been delivered/collected/received, no refunds or returns accepted;

Tips:

  • When bidding, always double-check that you've entered the correct amount – especially when making a last-minute bid;
  • Utilize the Automatic Bidding feature, which works like eBay; 
  • You can check your bid history in your account;

Plant Care

Lighting: Like most plants, the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant thrives in bright, filtered sunlight. It does not do well under harsh and direct sun rays. If exposed to the direct scorching sun for an extended period, the plant’s leaves may burn.
Similarly, placing it in full shade or insufficient sunlight can also have detrimental effects. When placed in inadequate sunlight, the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant grows very slowly, or its growth comes to a complete halt.
You can place your Monstera Yellow Variegated plant facing northwest or south window where there is an ample amount of filtered sunlight. Alternatively, you can grow the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant under artificial growing lights.

Watering: Please be sure not to water the plant too little or excessively. Under-watering the plant may lead to dried leaf-tips, while overwatering can cause root-rot. The latter can be quite a serious problem and may lead to the plant’s death.
If you are growing your Monstera Yellow Variegated plant in a pot, add water till you see water coming out of the drainage holes. Please refrain from making your Marmorata plant stay in soggy soil or standing water.
I advise you to use lukewarm and low-chlorine content water when watering. The best is to let water stand 24 hours before watering.

Temperature: Due to its tropical nature, the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant does not like temperature extremes. However, it can tolerate a wide variety of temperatures, adding to the list of reasons for why it is an excellent houseplant choice.
The ideal temperature range for the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant is 15 to 25 degrees Celsius.
The Monstera Yellow Variegated plant has an active growth rate during the summer and spring seasons. However, the winter season may cause a temporary growth cessation.
The Yellow Variegated Monstera plant does not react well to extremely cold temperatures and frost; therefore, it is best to bring the plant inside during the colder months.
Moreover, ensure that your Monstera Yellow Variegated plant is kept away from open windows and heating/cooling units, as they can cause temperature fluctuations. These sudden temperature changes can have adverse effects on the plant’s overall health.

Humidity: These tropical dwellers are high humidity lovers. A minimum humidity level of about 65% is essential for the plant to thrive. Any environment that is too dry can cause damage to this variegated beauty.
The Monstera Yellow Variegated plant enjoys high humidity. However, in some areas, such elevated levels can be hard to achieve. Fortunately, there are several ways you can establish and maintain these high moisture levels.
You can use a pebble-water tray under the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant’s pot or set up a humidifier in the surroundings.
You can also mist the plant’s surroundings, making sure not to make direct contact with the plant. Alternatively, you can group all your houseplants in one room to have fair humidity distribution.
If you notice your Monstera Yellow Variegated plant’s leaves’ tips turning brown or crispy, the plant may be suffering from humidity stress. In such a scenario, check the moisture levels and set them according to the plant’s preferences.

Soil: Monstera arises from tropical lands that receive plenty of rain throughout the year. Therefore, these tropical beauties thrive in soils that are rich in nutrients, moist, and organic.
I recommend you use soil that is well-draining with good aeration. A good idea is to use a good quality potting soil mix that contains peat moss, orchid bark, and perlite.
The soil for Monstera Yellow Variegated should have excellent drainage.
The Monstera Yellow Variegated plant loves soil that is slightly acidic to alkaline (5 to 7.5). Please remember that the Monstera Yellow Variegated plant is more prone to root-rot than its fellow species.
Therefore, if you are potting it in a container, ensure that it has drainage holes and does not allow water accumulation..

 

Questions?

Please call 0421 568 298 

or 

Email: support@foliahouse.com.au