Monstera Albo borsigiana
Monstera borsigiana is a sub-specie of the famous plant monster deliciosa. It is smaller in size and has a rapid growth rate as compared to the Deliciosa. The dark-green hearts shaped leaves grow to get holes turning into typical Monstera perforations on maturityMonstera Albo borsigiana
Monstera deliciosa borsigiana is a sub species of the Monstera deliciosa. It is faster growing and has smaller leaves than true Monstera deliciosa. In this article we will talk about variegated Monstera deliciosa borsigiana Albo which has a cult following at the moment, and while it costs an arm and a leg, it is still one of the most affordable variegated Monsteras! Variegation in Monstera borsigiana variegata Albo is a result of spontaneous but natural mutation. Commercial suppliers grow Monstera deliciosa Albo variegata from seeds, the trick is, iMonstera
t is impossible to say which seed will produce variegated Albo borsigiana Monstera vs green Monstera borsigiana before the seedling reaches a certain maturity level. This means that growers have to plant 100 000 of Monstera borsigiana seeds, nurture them, and hopefully get 1(!) variegated Albo Monstera from the lot. So, yes, if you come across anyone selling Monstera variegata Albo seeds – it is 100% scam.
Monstera Albo propagation on commercial level also isn’t feasible. First, Albo Monstera variegation can be quite unstable, in addition, propagating Monstera Albo borsigiana variegata by cuttings can be tricky because these species are hyper sensitive to water and are extremely prone to rot. If you are considering buying unrooted Albo Monstera cutting, keep in mind that rooting it is not as easy as non variegated Monsteras. And that’s the reason the prices for Monstera Albo variegata are not dropping as fast as one would expect.