REVEALS ITS GENEROSITY
MONA loves a place lit by filtered or indirect light, but it fits very well in low-light conditions.
To grow as it deserves, MONA likes to be watered regularly, but never in excess. This means that you must keep the soil humid, but never soaked. How to do it? When watering MONA make sure that you let the excess water drain through the holes of the plastic vase and that this is not retained in the bottom of the decorative pot. You should only re-water when you feel (with your finger) that the surface of the soil is again dry.
IT’S NOT A DEFECT IT’S A FEATURE
Brown spots on the leaves may indicate low moisture content in the air. Try spraying your leaves while the surrounding environment stays warm and dry which can happen in the summer but also in the winter in very warm spaces. Leaves with burned-out appearance, yellow-brown spots and dried are probably a sign that MONA is under direct sunlight for too long. Move it further out the window.