This is not so much a concern per se, as it is a curiosity with my Monstera Deliciosa plant: It is not a small plant by any means and I've had it for nearly two years now and it seems to be thriving and growing just fine (in fact I have to prune it back to keep the size in check). The weird thing is that it has never developed any aerial roots, and I'm just wondering why that might be?
When I first got it, it was in this big 14-inch pot with no support so it had spread quite a bit. I got a moss pole and have "trussed it up" as tight as I could without damaging it to encourage more vertical formation. But neither one of these conditions ever made it develop the aerial roots that I've seen on other Monsteras... even much younger/smaller ones.
Are aerial roots environmentally triggered?