Water Monstera moderately and evenly, about once a week. Wait until the soil is fairly dry before watering again. Keep in a fairly humid environment. To curb excessive growth, avoid re-potting too often and prune regularly by pinching off new growth
Monstera, and most other foliage plants, need a 3-1-2 N-P-K ratio. This means three parts nitrogen to one part phosphorus to two parts potassium. These three macronutrients contribute to your plant's leaves, stem, and root health, as well as helping with blooming and getting split leaves.
Your Monstera Adansonii prefers bright indirect light. It can survive in lower light conditions but growth may slow. Keep out of direct sunlight for extended periods, as it can burn the leaves.
It prefers bright indirect light and temperatures of 20–30 °C (68–86 °F). Flowering is rare when grown indoors.
Repot your monstera at any time of year using all-purpose potting soil. Since these plants prefer to be pot-bound, it's a good idea to repot only every two to three years. Once your monstera is in a container with a diameter of eight inches or larger, top-dress with fresh potting soil rather than repotting.