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Monstera adansonii / Swiss Cheese Vine aka Monstera friedrichsthalii

$25.99

Monstera adansonii is also known as ‘Swiss Cheese Vine’ due to the ever present holes in its leaves. These holes are natural and make for a very unique and eye catching plant.  It is easy to grow- it prefers bright indirect light to a light partial sun. It is a climber and will easily cover a totem or support, but it does equally well trailing down out of a hanging basket.

If allowed to climb, the leaves will get much larger- up to 24″ long.  It has a fast growth rate and can be trimmed back with ease.

As easy to grow as common Philodendrons, this rare beauty is much more exotic and exciting.  Makes an excellent houseplant near a sunny window. Can also be grown outdoors in warm climates- it looks its best in a bright partial sun (not full sun) I have grown this in my Florida garden outside unprotected for years- it has endured temps into the 20′s without loss.

A healthy, well-rooted specimen in 4″ pot. Ready to be bumped up into a larger pot or planted outside.  The second photo is an example shipping plant.

Instructions for rooting and growing included.

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