The Monstera adansonii Story - The Swiss cheese plant, Monstera adansonii, gets its name from its large, heart-shaped leaves, and as the plant ages, the leaves develop holes (called fenestration) that makes the leaves resemble Swiss cheese. Swiss cheese plant is a tropical perennial plant native to Central and South American that is typically grown as a houseplant. Swiss cheese plant is very easy to grow. It loves to climb, so provide a moss stick, or trellis that it can clink to.
Many people find the mini monstera to be more manageable thanks to its smaller size and also prefer the look of these leaves to those of other larger monstera varieties.
Size - Medium-size. 10-18" tall (including pot).
Light - Medium indirect light. No direct sun. An east-facing window is usually best.
Water - Water every 1-2 weeks. Allow soil to dry out between watering. It’s important not to over-water, because over-watering can lead to root rot.
Preferred Rooms - Just about any room with appropriate light.
What comes with your plant - Includes its own 6" Recycled container and care instructions. Discard the coco fiber & straw used to hold the soil in place.