Any Monstera Deliciosa plant has the potential to develop ever-larger leaves on any given vine. Usually, they just keep vining out with small, heart-shaped leaves with the odd fenistration if you're lucky but it's all a matter of strategy.
The main considerations are light, nutrients, and aerial root usage. The one most people ignore is the roots... However you can, guide the roots into a medium that provides moisture and ideally nutrients. This can be accomplished by coaxing it up a thick moss pole and moistening the pole, but that's not really necessary. Unlike most Monstera species, Monstera Deliciosa doesn't really care if it climbs or not.
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