If you want to add a tropical touch to your home with a hint of color, then grow these Types of Variegated Monstera Varieties for the best show!
Monsteras make a big impression with their large foliage, and they are known for having serrated leaves. If you want to make your home stand out from the crowd, grow these types of monstera varieties.
Types of Variegated Monstera Varieties
1. Monstera deliciosa ‘Thai Constellation’
The names Monstera deliciosa and Thai constellation are similar with bright patterns on the foliage.
2. Monstera deliciosa ‘Albo Borsigiana’
The pure white variegation on the dark green shade differs from what you would find in a houseplant that resembles ‘Thai Constellation’. It needs good care to thrive.
3. Monstera deliciosa ‘Aurea’
Lime variegation is a common feature of this lesser known monstera. It requires more light than other varieties.
4. Monstera deliciosa ‘Variegata’
The plant is a fast-growing Monstera and it has bright splashes of white cream on its foliage. Keep it by the east window for top colors.
5. Monstera adansonii ‘Albo Variegata’
This plant will make a lot of noise and appeal indoors. The glossy foliage has two shades of green and cream.
6. Monstera var. Borsigiana ‘Albo Variegata’
It is also popular for a very expensive Monsteras. The plant has a bright variegation of white and green.
7. Monstera deliciosa ‘Sport Variegata’
The plant is quite hard to get but it makes the journey worth it because of its striking leaves and cream. You can save it from the sun.
8. Monstera obliqua Variegata
The leaves of the plant look like they were cut. The foliage is shiny and it has a white variegation, that’s very cool to look at!
9. Monstera deliciosa var. borsigiana ‘Mint Variegata’
The plant is appealing because of the deep leaves that look more attractive. It does best in the light of a bright source.
10. Monstera deliciosa variegata ‘Half Moon’
One of the rare varieties is also requires a bit more maintainance Thanks to that beautiful foliage, it’s worth all the effort.
11. Monstera deliciosa variegata ‘Full Moon’
The full moon looks similar to Monstera deliciosa variegata, however the leaves are more yellow. Some of its leaves can be white.