Monstera plant with gorgeous large leaves.
For our next trick, we’ll be pulling this 20 to 22” Philodendron Monstera deliciosa out of a hat – err – box. *Crowd goes wild.* Hole-y moley! Sometimes called a Swiss Cheese plant, the holes in its heart-shaped leaves allow light to pass through to any smaller leaf babies toward the bottom. Native to the tropical forests of Central and South America, this one needs indirect sunlight to thrive indoors. Its trusty assistant is an 8.5” ceramic pink and white planter with unique patterns at the base. Pretty magical!
Prefers filtered indoor light. Avoid direct sunlight to prevent scorched leaves. Pro tip: Keep your Monstera in temperatures above 55°F (preferably 65-78°F)
Water once a week, allowing topsoil to dry out between waterings.
Abracadabra! You’ve got yourself a healthy plant.
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