Bring home this indoor plants from Green Gini Collections.The Swiss Cheese Plant was a 70’s cult classic, its retro-chic appeal makes it just as popular today and rightly so. Its large, glossy, heart shaped, leaves add fantastic impact with their perforations and lobes, which develop as the leaf matures.
It is actually a climber, using its aerial roots in its native rain forests to scale to enormous (monstrous) heights. Grown indoors it needs space and looks great in a hallway, conservatory or a corner of a modern living space.
Monstera deliciosa is easy to care for so long as it has moist, warm conditions. It is sometimes known as the Fruit Salad Plant.
Light: Keep the plant in natural indirect bright Light.
Water: Water when the soil has started to dry out. Excess water will lead to large dry spots developing on the foliage.
Origin: Mexico and Central America.