Monstera deliciosa ‘Thai Constellation’ (Monstera Thai Constellation) care guide

In this guide you'll learn: How to care for your Monstera deliciosa ‘Thai Constellation’ (Monstera Thai Constellation) plant and
answers to FAQs to keep your plant happy

Monstera deliciosa is an evergreen flowering plant native to tropical rainforests in Central and South America. Its common name is the Swiss Cheese Plant, referring to the characteristic holes of its large, glossy, emerald-green leaves.

‘Thai Constellation’ is a climbable evergreen vine with deeply lobed, variegated foliage. Its pattern is unique, with its leaves resembling a constellation! Its heart-shaped leaves sprout from the climbing stems on a slender trunk with aerial roots.

The plant produces creamy white spathes, which later develop into aromatic, edible yellowish-white fruits known as Monstera deliciosa ‘Fruit Salad’ or Monstera deliciosa ‘Ceriman’.

The Monstera deliciosa ‘Thai Constellation’ is an incredibly rare and beautiful plant. It is not only a source of appeal in any home but also a great conversation starter. It’s a joy to watch the plant climb and burgeon.

It is native to lush, moist tropical rainforests, where it climbs and spills over the rainforest canopy. No surprise that it needs a bit more looking after than other houseplants!

Here are some tips for nurturing your Monstera deliciosa’ Thai Constellation’:


Monstera deliciosa’ Thai Constellation’ loves bright, indirect light. If possible, give your plant a few hours of direct sunlight in the morning or the late afternoon.


Monstera deliciosa loves warm temperatures between 65-80°F (18-27°C).


The plant prefers a soil mix of equal parts of good quality potting soil and perlite, with a layer of charcoal on top and more perlite on top of that.


Monstera deliciosa’ Thai Constellation’ needs a potting mix with excellent drainage.


Monstera thrives in high humidity, providing the soil is well-draining. You might need to mist your plant once every couple of weeks to maintain high humidity.


Water Monstera deliciosa when the top 1″ -2″ of the soil is dry, but don’t let the soil dry out completely. When watering, water thoroughly, and then allow the plant to drain.


Monstera deliciosa’ Thai Constellation’ is not considered toxic to humans or animals.


Feed your Monstera deliciosa’ Thai Constellation’ every two weeks using a mild, balanced liquid fertiliser in the warmer months and a reduced concentration of the same in the cooler months.

Troubleshooting Pests, Diseases, and Common Problems

Common problems with Monstera deliciosa include leaf yellowing, brown spots, or rot. These can usually be dealt with by ensuring your plant is positioned in an area with sufficient light, that your watering schedule is regular and adequate, and that the potting mix is well-draining.


The Monstera deliciosa’ Thai Constellation’ can be propagated via stem cuttings. Cut below a node and place this in a glass of water. When roots have developed, pot the cutting with a well-draining potting mix.

Final Thoughts

Nurturing a Monstera deliciosa’ Thai Constellation’ is an exciting and rewarding experience. It is an unforgettable journey watching as its unique and beautiful leaves climb, reaching for the sky and climbing to the sky.

The Monstera deliciosa’ Thai Constellation’ is an amazing, rare, and majestic houseplant, and for the patient, it will give the gardener the joy of a plant that is not only rare and beautiful but also deliciously fragrant.

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A passionate plant lover and houseplant connoisseur with a rich family background in horticulture. With experience in plant nurseries and garden centers, Jonathan has cultivated a diverse collection of leafy friends and explored native flora on adventures such as trips to South America. His mission is to share his knowledge and enthusiasm for plants, creating a greener and happier world for all.

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