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Monstera 'Swiss Cheese Plant' | Adansonii

$12.99

Product Detail Indoors, your Monstera can grow about two feet high. It will have leathery, glossy, characteristic split and heart-shaped leaves coming from intricate aerial roots, which can be used for ropes and basket making. The ASPCA cautions that this plant can be toxic to cats and dogs. Keep out...

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Monstera 'Swiss Cheese Plant' | Adansonii

Monstera 'Swiss Cheese Plant' | Adansonii

Monstera ‘Swiss Cheese plant’ in Fantina Copper Small Pot


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Indoors, your Monstera can grow about two feet high.
It will have leathery, glossy, characteristic split and heart-shaped leaves coming from intricate aerial roots, which can be used for ropes and basket making.
The ASPCA cautions that this plant can be toxic to cats and dogs. Keep out of reach of curious furry friends.


Monstera ‘Swiss Cheese Plant’

  • Lighting: This evergreen prefers bright, indirect sunlight. Too much direct light in warmer months may burn the foliage.
  • Watering: Give your Monstera regular waterings and let the soil dry out slightly in between, watering only occasionally in fall and winter. To increase humidity indoors, mist the foliage using a spray bottle of demineralized water or rainwater.

To Maintain The Highest Possible Quality, Plants Will Arrive Within 7-10 Business Days

Embrace your wild side with this lush tropical. Your Monstera plant will add a different leaf shape to your household collection or can be that perfect green gift to someone special. All plants can be inserted into decorative pot and ready to display with a plant care instruction card accompanying each new addition to your home.



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