Monstera deliciosa or split leaf philo - what do I have here?
I bought this plant (see photos) labeled 'split leaf philodendron' from a garden center. Prior, I bought a plant from Home Depot that looked exactly like this one, yet was labeled 'monstera deliciosa.' That one has not fared well at all, though there still seems to be the teeniest smidge of life in the stump that's left of it and I do not have the heart to toss it. Fortunately, this new one seems to be doing well and I'd really like to keep it that way. For the life of me I cannot differentiate between the two and in researching I've read conflicting information, which only adds to my befuddlement. I read that these two plants fool even the experts, yet others say to the contrary that the differences are quite apparent. Unfortunately, googling does me no good since basically the same pics come up for both. Please someone help me to identify what I have here so I can care for this pretty baby properly. It seemed freshly watered when I bought it, so basically all I've done is transplant it into this pot with a mixture of new potting soil, river rocks, perlite, and a light dusting of bone meal, as well as this sphagnum moss beam I've made for it, then topped it with a single layer of forest bark. Other than that and giving it a good spray I've left it alone, as I do not wish to stress it out like I believe I did with the other one. Its leaves have been sweating, so I've refrained from watering it at all. The window in the pic by which it is sitting is a NE window. Lastly, I was hoping someone could kindly shed some light on what precisely the differences are between the two plants. Thank you so very much!
PS - I have two pics to share, but it's only allowing me to post one in this message. I will try to post the other in another message.
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