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Monstera with pot option

Monstera deliciosa, aka Swiss Cheese Plant is one of the hottest indoor plants ever! Super easy to grow, her big, glossy green leaves develop ridges and holes and add mega tropical vibes to any room.  

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Description

This tropical babe is native to southern Mexico and Panama but has travelled around the world and made herself at home in many lounge rooms and offices. She gets called the Swiss Cheese Plant because her unique leaves develop holes and ridges which are technically called fenestrations.

The Monstera deliciosa with her big, glossy green leaves is a fast grower and when planted in a pot can reach to 3m tall. In her natural, tropical rainforest environment she is hemiepiphyte growing up trees and spending some of her life as an epiphyte. So if you want her growing tall and not wide use a trainer in your pot and she will be sure to reach great heights. 

She likes a spot that receives bright light but not direct sunlight, and give her a good water when the soil is dry to touch. Make sure you plant her in a large pot using a good quality, well-draining potting mix.

This babe is perfect for the plant parent newbie or the expert who wants to add some exotic, staple species to their collection. She only gets better with age so sit back and watch her grow.  

  • Description
  • This tropical babe is native to southern Mexico and Panama but has travelled around the world and made herself at home in many lounge rooms and offices. She gets called the Swiss Cheese Plant because her unique leaves develop holes and ridges which are technically called fenestrations.

    The Monstera deliciosa with her big, glossy green leaves is a fast grower and when planted in a pot can reach to 3m tall. In her natural, tropical rainforest environment she is hemiepiphyte growing up trees and spending some of her life as an epiphyte. So if you want her growing tall and not wide use a trainer in your pot and she will be sure to reach great heights. 

    She likes a spot that receives bright light but not direct sunlight, and give her a good water when the soil is dry to touch. Make sure you plant her in a large pot using a good quality, well-draining potting mix.

    This babe is perfect for the plant parent newbie or the expert who wants to add some exotic, staple species to their collection. She only gets better with age so sit back and watch her grow.  

  • Quick Facts
  • What to use me for: Creating indoor jungle vibes 

    I grow to: 3m high, 2m wide in a pot (I get a bit out of control when I am planted in the ground) 

    Where to place me: I need bright indirect light in the house and warm sheltered position outside. I will tolerate low light, but could get a bit leggie. I'll grow faster and become more dramatic in a bright spot. Rotate your Monstera periodically to ensure even growth on all sides and dust the leaves often so the plant can photosynthesize efficiently.

    Soil Conditions:  I need a well-drained potting mix 

    My features: Most parts of me are toxic apart from my fruit which you can only eat when I am ripe. My fruit tastes like a tropical smoothie, a mixture of banana and pineapple. 

    Please take care when choosing your plants. Some plants are poisonous and individuals may be more sensitive or react differently.

  • Size
  • I am currently 20-30cm tall.

  • Growing
  • Most often yellowing occurs due to over or underwatering. If you see a combination of yellow and brown on the same leaf, it is typically due to overwatering. Check-in with the soil to determine if it matches your findings.

    Lack of splits and holes in the leaf of a Monstera can be caused by many different factors, but generally, it means the plant isn't settled in an ideal environment. Check the light and water your plant is receiving, and adjust as needed. You can also take your plant's aerial roots and push them down into the soil so the plant can absorb more nutrients. It is good to note that your plant will only develop holes on its more mature leaves, so sometimes you just have to be super patient! 

    If he's getting way too big! Prune him back.

    Fertilise only during the growing season and if you are using a premium potting mix with slow releasese fertiliser then this won't need to take place until the 6month mark.

    Please note if planted in the natural ground these plants grow very large and have invasive roots so we recommend keeping it in a pot.  

  • Delivery
  • Our plants are beautifully grown and have well-developed roots. They are hardened, can be planted directly into the planters and are excellent performing Indoor plants - it’s our plant promise guarantee!

    We carefully package your plants into a customised box to ensure safe transport, healthy plants and fast, free delivery to your door

Description

This tropical babe is native to southern Mexico and Panama but has travelled around the world and made herself at home in many lounge rooms and offices. She gets called the Swiss Cheese Plant because her unique leaves develop holes and ridges which are technically called fenestrations.

The Monstera deliciosa with her big, glossy green leaves is a fast grower and when planted in a pot can reach to 3m tall. In her natural, tropical rainforest environment she is hemiepiphyte growing up trees and spending some of her life as an epiphyte. So if you want her growing tall and not wide use a trainer in your pot and she will be sure to reach great heights. 

She likes a spot that receives bright light but not direct sunlight, and give her a good water when the soil is dry to touch. Make sure you plant her in a large pot using a good quality, well-draining potting mix.

This babe is perfect for the plant parent newbie or the expert who wants to add some exotic, staple species to their collection. She only gets better with age so sit back and watch her grow.  

Quick Facts

What to use me for: Creating indoor jungle vibes 

I grow to: 3m high, 2m wide in a pot (I get a bit out of control when I am planted in the ground) 

Where to place me: I need bright indirect light in the house and warm sheltered position outside. I will tolerate low light, but could get a bit leggie. I'll grow faster and become more dramatic in a bright spot. Rotate your Monstera periodically to ensure even growth on all sides and dust the leaves often so the plant can photosynthesize efficiently.

Soil Conditions:  I need a well-drained potting mix 

My features: Most parts of me are toxic apart from my fruit which you can only eat when I am ripe. My fruit tastes like a tropical smoothie, a mixture of banana and pineapple. 

Please take care when choosing your plants. Some plants are poisonous and individuals may be more sensitive or react differently.

Size

I am currently 20-30cm tall.

Growing

Most often yellowing occurs due to over or underwatering. If you see a combination of yellow and brown on the same leaf, it is typically due to overwatering. Check-in with the soil to determine if it matches your findings.

Lack of splits and holes in the leaf of a Monstera can be caused by many different factors, but generally, it means the plant isn't settled in an ideal environment. Check the light and water your plant is receiving, and adjust as needed. You can also take your plant's aerial roots and push them down into the soil so the plant can absorb more nutrients. It is good to note that your plant will only develop holes on its more mature leaves, so sometimes you just have to be super patient! 

If he's getting way too big! Prune him back.

Fertilise only during the growing season and if you are using a premium potting mix with slow releasese fertiliser then this won't need to take place until the 6month mark.

Please note if planted in the natural ground these plants grow very large and have invasive roots so we recommend keeping it in a pot.  

Delivery

Our plants are beautifully grown and have well-developed roots. They are hardened, can be planted directly into the planters and are excellent performing Indoor plants - it’s our plant promise guarantee!

We carefully package your plants into a customised box to ensure safe transport, healthy plants and fast, free delivery to your door

Quick Facts

What to use me for: Creating indoor jungle vibes 

I grow to: 3m high, 2m wide in a pot (I get a bit out of control when I am planted in the ground) 

Where to place me: I need bright indirect light in the house and warm sheltered position outside. I will tolerate low light, but could get a bit leggie. I'll grow faster and become more dramatic in a bright spot. Rotate your Monstera periodically to ensure even growth on all sides and dust the leaves often so the plant can photosynthesize efficiently.

Soil Conditions:  I need a well-drained potting mix 

My features: Most parts of me are toxic apart from my fruit which you can only eat when I am ripe. My fruit tastes like a tropical smoothie, a mixture of banana and pineapple. 

Please take care when choosing your plants. Some plants are poisonous and individuals may be more sensitive or react differently.

Size

I am currently 20-30cm tall.

Growing

Most often yellowing occurs due to over or underwatering. If you see a combination of yellow and brown on the same leaf, it is typically due to overwatering. Check-in with the soil to determine if it matches your findings.

Lack of splits and holes in the leaf of a Monstera can be caused by many different factors, but generally, it means the plant isn't settled in an ideal environment. Check the light and water your plant is receiving, and adjust as needed. You can also take your plant's aerial roots and push them down into the soil so the plant can absorb more nutrients. It is good to note that your plant will only develop holes on its more mature leaves, so sometimes you just have to be super patient! 

If he's getting way too big! Prune him back.

Fertilise only during the growing season and if you are using a premium potting mix with slow releasese fertiliser then this won't need to take place until the 6month mark.

Please note if planted in the natural ground these plants grow very large and have invasive roots so we recommend keeping it in a pot.  

Delivery

Our plants are beautifully grown and have well-developed roots. They are hardened, can be planted directly into the planters and are excellent performing Indoor plants - it’s our plant promise guarantee!

We carefully package your plants into a customised box to ensure safe transport, healthy plants and fast, free delivery to your door

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