Each plant comes in a 4" pot, and a 12" climbing moss pole. Each dubia is well-rooted, and is successfully climbing.
A rare, yet extremely popular Monstera, the Dubia is well known for how it "shingles" (it's known as a "Shingle Plant" for a reason!) as it climbs up moss poles.
Water: Allow top 1-2 inches of soil to dry out between waterings. (~ every 7-10 days). Always ensure that excess water is able to drain away in order to avoid rot.
Light: Bright, indirect to medium light. Can also handle lower levels of light, but you may notice stunted growth.
Soil: Use a well draining, aerated potting medium. A mix of peat, bark, sphagnum moss, and perlite is best.
Humidity: Enjoys high levels of humidity. Great for bathrooms, or near a humidifier. Mist often.
Fertilizer: Fertilize with a balanced water soluble houseplant fertilizer once a month throughout growing season. Do not fertilize in winter.