This plant thrives in a soil mix that is well-draining and has a good amount of peat added. Water it only when the top two inches are dry and provide it bright indirect light for good results. Keep the temperature between 70-90 degrees Fahrenheit (21-32 degrees Celsius), while the humidity needs to be somewhere between 40-65 percent.
Anthurium Pedatum was previously classified as belonging to a very small section of Schizoplacium.
There are seven different members of this section that include: Anthurium angustisectum, A. expansum, A. longissimum, A. palmatum, A. pedatum, A. pedatoradiatum, A. podophyllum. At some point, it was classified in the section Dactylophyllium.
Scientists and botanists will revisit classification of Anthurium sections based on newly collected data. I am unable to confirm which section it is currently classified as at this point.
Here are some quick tips to understand the Monstera Thai Constellation's basic care:
Botanical Name: Anthurium Pedatum
Another name: Anthurium Fingers, Pedatum Anthurium, Anthurium fortunatum
Plant type: Medium to fast growth depending on environment
Exposure to sunlight: Bright indirect light
Soil type: Peat-rich, well-draining soil
Color: Green to yellow in color
Water: Less watering - make sure to dry out
Favorable climate: Tropical & Humid
Preferable Fertilizer: Liquid fertilizer
Propagation: Propagation through root division
Toxicity warning: Toxic if ingested
Height: 3ft tall
Origin: Araceae family native to the western slopes of Andes in Colombia
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