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

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Air purifier
Toxic if consumed
   Easy Care
Description

The Monstera, which has many other names, such as the ‘Swiss Cheese Plant, ‘Cheese Plant’ or ‘Split Philodendron (although it is not a Philodendron), is so well known as a houseplant that we even use the leaf in our logo.

Traditionally native to Mexico, the Monstera is also successfully grown as a houseplant in temperate climates. Nearly all the varieties of Monstera have become incredibly popular amongst houseplant enthusiasts for their ease of care and distinctive leaf patterns. There are, incidentally, a couple of theories to explain the holes and split leaf design, being that these enable water to get at the roots of the plant and that they protect them during strong winds.

Monsteras enjoy bright, indirect light and increased humidity, so make sure you give them regular misting or make a humidity tray for them. They also like to be watered approximately once every week or so, with reduced amounts in Winter time. Yellowing leaves can be a sign of over watering, but they can also warn you of this by ‘sweating’ excess water off the leaves. So don’t worry: if a Monstera is in trouble they will tell you about it!  That said, these aren’t particularly fussy plants so are ideal for beginners and veterans alike. 

Plant care
I like to keep slightly moist - Water me when the top 2 inches of my soil is dry.
I like a regular feed - Monthly between April - October.
My roots like to breathe too - well draining soil suits me best.
I like a temperate climate - 15°c - 24°c.
A bit of humidity suits me well - A spray a day is great.
I like bright indirect sunlight.
 About me 
Origin: Central America
Family: Araceae
Mature length/height: 2 metre + tall.
Mature spread: Up to / around 2 metre spread.
Time to maturity: 5 years +
Growth rate: Fast rate of growth.
Flowering period: When mature I may produce during spring - summer.
Flower colour: White