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    How to Add Support & Prune Back Overgrown Monstera Deliciosa Plants


    Monstera Deliciosa plants are beautiful and easy to care for, but they can grow quickly and take over your space if you don't prune them back regularly.

    In this blog post, I'll show you how to add support and prune back overgrown Monstera Deliciosa plants so they stay healthy and look their best.

    What you'll need:


    1. Take a few minutes to assess your Monstera Deliciosa plant and decide which stems you need to raise or prune.
    2. If you're just raising the stems, use bamboo sticks and raffia to attach them to the sticks.
    3. If you need to prune the stems, use sharp pruners or scissors to cut them back. Be sure to clean your tools with rubbing alcohol before and after pruning.


    • The best time to prune Monstera Deliciosa plants is in early spring, when they're starting to grow new leaves.
    • If you have any leftover cuttings, you can place them in water and root them. Once they have roots, you can repot them in soil.
    • When pruning, always cut just above a node. This is where new leaves will grow.
    • If you're not sure where to cut, err on the side of caution and cut less. You can always cut more later if needed.
    • Be sure to sterilize your pruning tools before and after each use. This will help prevent the spread of disease.

    With a little care and attention, your Monstera Deliciosa plant will thrive for years to come!

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    🌿 Plant cleaning gloves

    🌿 Green gloves

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    My City Plants is an online indoor plant shop - design studio located in New York. We specialize in indoor plants potted in stylish self-watering planters and helping homes and businesses to look and feel more peaceful, stylish and comfortable. 

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