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Hi guys. Thank you for taking the time to read my post. I bought some baby monstera last month. But I noticed that there is a white plant with them. I'm not sure if it's a monstera or a different plant that got mixed up with the pack. Please help. :)
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It's possible that it is either not getting enough light or that the soil is too salty. Definitely looks like the same plant, so I would check those two things to see what the actual cause is. It could be too much fertilizer or it could need to be closer to the window.
 
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Thank you. I was wondering because I haven't fertilized it yet not sure if the seller did.
Thank you for your insight. :)
I just hope it lives like her siblings :(
 
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@Plantita, in my opinion you do indeed have an example of an albino there - a new shoot without chlorophyll.
It would be a good idea to google ''albino plant'' or similar to read up all about the subject.

It would be interesting to know whether it lives or not, and I for one would appreciate an update please.
 
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@Plantita, in my opinion you do indeed have an example of an albino there - a new shoot without chlorophyll.
It would be a good idea to google ''albino plant'' or similar to read up all about the subject.

It would be interesting to know whether it lives or not, and I for one would appreciate an update please.
Thank you.. I really believe that it is an albino because it came directly from a seed. It's striving but since it doesn't have chlorophyll, it doesn't grow a lot. I already did some researching and applying them to make sure this baby lives . Sure, I'll leave an update here. Probably in another month or so
 

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