I boght a monstera albo cutting about two months ago now it has a big thick root but its not growing any new leafs it dosent even have a bud for the leafs shuld i repor in soil or shuld i wait
I'd wait and don't worry about it not growing any new leaves yet. A plant will only grow as many leaves as its root system can support and that has a tiny root.
I should have used a designer...
Should I stick with this product or not? Silestone Counter Issues...
Switching Monstera to 5-1-1 mix
help!!! am I being too picky or should I be upset? bad granite install
Ditto to Waits, I'd put her in a 6-8" pot in Spring, too big a pot can cause a lot of problems IMHO
that poor plant is pot bound - mine is in the ground, in front of the house and over 2 stories tall. The operative word here is Monstera - as in huge. Either a monster pot, or put it in the ground.
It looks fine. If there are roots, there is a bud somewhere, most like at the very base of the leaf. The pot size is fine until new growth starts, and even then, it can probably be kept in the pot for another year depending on how fast it grows.
put some growth hormone
who would you report it to?