Monstera deliciosa constellation I first saw this plant in 97 at the aroid show in Miami Florida. This unusual variegated form is noted for having beautiful large variegated foliage usually consisting of spots or blotches but sometimes large sections or half a leaf will be variegated. The variegation is a light cream color and it is one of the most stable variegated plants I have grown. Many other variegated plants can slowly revert back to green if not regularly kept in check. As with most variegated plants they tends to be a bit slower due to the lack of chlorophyll in the leaves. This often makes variegated plants more rare and harder to find with a bit higher price.
Plants are rooted in 4 1/2 pots. This rare form is seldom offered