Give the plant bright indirect light. Low light is tolerable, but some indirect light is best. Direct light might cause the leaves to turn yellow.
Water about once a week with a nice, even watering to get the soil moist. Reduce watering in cooler months. Wait until the soil is fairly dry to water again.
This plants ideal temperature is 65°F-85°F. Try not to put the plant in an environment below 60°F. The monstera can tolerate normal houseplants humidity, but try to keep it in a fairly humid environment. Mist the leaves to boost moisture in the air.
This plant can grow up to 65' in the height in it's native conditions, but typically grow to about 2'-3' indoors. Feed this plant once a month from spring-summer to encourage growth. Do not give any fertilizer in the wintertime.
Repot the plant once a year in early spring to encourage new growth and provide fresh, nutritious soil before the growing season. Choose a pot one size larger and repot using a well-draining soil, providing a deep watering right after repotting.
Choose a stem cutting that has multiple nodes and place in water. Keep in a bright location and change the water frequently. When the roots grow to be about 2" long, repot into fresh potting soil.
This plant is toxic to pets and humans and may cause oral irritation, vomiting, and difficulty in swallowing if ingested.
About the Monstera Deliciosa