Monstera deliciosa’s iconic, split leaves are so pretty that they’ve been featured extensively in art and design recently, but even more stunning is the plant itself. Also known as a split leaf philodendron, this easy-to-grow houseplant can get huge and live for many years, and it looks great with many different interior styles. It’s safe to say this plant isn’t going away anytime soon.
Also known as the Swiss cheese plant, Mexican breadfruit, or hurricane plant, Monstera deliciosa is recognizable by its large, glossy green leaves with deep splits and holes.
Like most houseplants, it’s native to the tropics, hailing from the rainforests of southern Mexico and Central America. While it rarely flowers indoors, outdoors it produces flowers that develop into edible fruit that is said to taste like a fruit salad.
Be aware that all parts of this plant are toxic to dogs and cats.
These are presented in a white ceramic pot,
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