The stunning variegated Monstera deliciosa var. borsigiana 'Aurea variegata' is a very sought after aroid and one very difficult to source.
The plant's stem is green/ variegated; internodes usually short and wide. Petioles are verrucose or smooth, not pruinose; distally winged or not. Leaf blades are deeply cordate, 40–92 cm long,with 6–12 lobes per side; largest lateral lobes sometimes unequallybifid or trifid apically.The genus name Monstera ( modern Latin), comes perhaps from Latin monstrum ‘monster’ (because of the unusual appearance of the leaves in some species). (uncertain)
Monstera deliciosa var. borsigiana 'Aurea variegata'
Name: Monstera deliciosa var. borsigiana 'Aurea variegata'
Common name: Variegated split-leaf Philodendron
Type: herbaceous evergreen
Form: Epiphytic chamaephytes
Native Range: S. Mexico to Trop. America
Habitat: An epiphyte, climbing on the trunks of trees in dense rain forest
Height: up to 2-2m
Spread: up to 1-2m
Sun: Part shade
Tolerate: Semi Shade
Taxon identifiers : none recorded
Synonyms: no synonyms recorded