Monstera Deliciosa - Swiss Cheese Plant
Monstera Deliciosa - Swiss Cheese Plant
Monstera Deliciosa - Swiss Cheese Plant

Monstera Deliciosa - Swiss Cheese Plant

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  • This Monstera Deliciosa - Swiss Cheese Plant ships in a 1 Gallon Pot
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Botanically, this plant is known as Monstera deliciosa thanks to the ceriman, fruits with a pineapple-banana flavor, that it produces in its native habitat, the jungles of Central America. Young monstera plants are often mistaken for philodendrons since they have smaller, heart-shaped leaves that look different from those of a mature plant

Bright light / Partial sun - partial shade.

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Ships Established in a 1 Gallon pot

Does best in bright indirect indoor light.

Can reach up to 15ft tall indoors

Indoor temperature should not dip below 55 degrees F

Monstera is known to be toxic to pets

Monstera plants like slightly acidic soil with a pH between 5.5 and 7.0. Most potting soil mixes have a pH close to 7.0 or slightly below as most houseplants prefer neutral (7.0) or slightly acidic soil to thrive. Monstera plants will, however, grow in average or neutral soil, although generally at a slower rate.

*We cannot send plants to Alaska or Hawaii.

*Plants ship dormant in winter months.

*Pictures shown are of mature plants.

Requires moderate watering levels, reduce watering during winter months. Allow soil to slightly dry in between waterings.

Thrive in average to high humidity levels.

Feed with a general fertilizer as frequently as every month to encourage fast growth.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: 9 - 12

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Monstera Deliciosa - Swiss Cheese Plant

This common houseplant is a liana epiphyte in its natural environment, clinging on the bark of trees with air roots that can reach over 70'ft in length. They have the ability to flower and produce fruit in the wild and rarely do so indoors. Their 'flower' is a fleshy, erect spadix/spike with tiny blooms encapsulated by a large creamy white spathe.


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