For all its delicate beauty, growing Monstera adansonii is fairly straightforward. Plant it in a pot with drainage holes using a standard potting soil that contains peat. (Peat helps to trap moisture without becoming waterlogged.) It will look best in a hanging basket or in a pot on a high shelf or somewhere else where its trailing vines can be shown off to advantage without getting in the way. Put the plant near a window where it will receive bright, but indirect, sunlight.
Trim the vines as needed if they start to look scraggly to encourage new growth.
Watering is the trickiest part of caring for Monsteras. They like consistently moist soil but don’t want to be soggy, they also like high humidity.