Monstera Subpinnata, with deeply pinnate foliage, is a somewhat classy looking plant.
Coming from Ecuador, its foliage is widely segmented and leaves 12 inches long and 8 inches wide when fully grown.
As it climbs, the vine appears to remain narrow and thin—a brilliant foliage plant and with its fern-like foliage distinct from many other Monsteras.
They thrive best in moist soil with high organic matter, and in temperatures ranging from 12 to 27 degrees Celsius, and in lower light conditions.
They are susceptible to overwatering as epiphytes with aerial roots, so they do not want to remain in soggy soil.
It is essential to check the moisture amount in the soil before giving your plant water to ensure that it is not damp right below the surface.
Due to over or underwatering, yellowing most commonly occurs. It is usually due to overwatering if you see a mixture of yellow and brown on the same leaf. If entirely yellow leaves occur on other leaves, along with some crispy brown patches, then it may be due to underwatering.
Your Monstera Subpinnata’s humidity requirement will be much greater than other widely grown houseplants.