Light: Most prefer bright, indirect sunlight. They can tolerate low light, but will have slower growth and fewer fenestrations in new leaves.
Watering: Allow the top 2 inches of soil to dry before watering again.
Humidity: Most variations thrive in higher humidity environments.
Temp: Normal temperatures in your house are great for most houseplants, including the Monstera. However, they can be stressed by cold drafts.
Soil: Use a well draining soil that holds moisture but doesn’t get water logged.
Fertilizer: During the spring and summer, fertilize once per month.
Toxicity: The sap of the stems and leaves could cause indigestion and vomiting in both humans and pets.
Information may vary depending on plant variation