No, this is not the Monstera Adansonii! The Monstera Acuminata has darker green leaves and the holes are smaller and the shapes of the fenestrations look like they’re more controlled and uniform. In contrast the Monstera adansonii have larger holes that are fewer in number.The tip is also not as sharp as that of the Adansonii. And if you look at the mid vein, you’ll notice that the two blades are somewhat folded or pushed upward from the center. Meanwhile, the Monstera adansonii has flat leaves and comes in many different forms including the narrow, wide and round just to name a few. The Monstera Acuminata is often found in only in the largest trees in the forest. As such, it is a vigorous climber that will get quite big in size. We love this plant!
Light: does best in medium to bright, indirect light. It grows faster though in brighter light.
Water: Water your Monstera Acuminata when the top 1-2 inches of soil is dry. This usually comes out to around once every week during the warmer months and once every 2 to 3 weeks during the colder months. If you want to play safe, you can likewise wait until the soil is dry 50% to 75% of the way down. The plant will be happy and stay healthy as well with this schedule.