Monstera adansonii 'Swiss Cheese Vine'

Swiss Cheese Philodendron

Philodendron 'Fromage Suisse' (Monstera)
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Monsteras are called Swiss Cheese Plants because they seem filled with holes, and Monstera Adonsonii is probably the cheesiest of all! Large, delicate, heart-shaped leaves with oval-shaped holes characterize the Monstera “Swiss Chesse Vine,” a plant that loves to climb when provided with a trellis. Without any support, it makes a great “spiller” in a hanging basket, in a planter or placed on a shelf. It prefers well-draining soil and high humidity. Toxic to pets, so make sure your dogs and cats can’t reach the leaves.
 

Plant details
Category
Perennial
Exposure
SunnyPartial Shade
Rusticity
Zone9
Height
Staggering
Flowering

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