Monstera Adansonii Swiss Cheese 100mm
Also known as the Swiss Cheese Plant, Monstera Adansonii is a climbing vine with large fenestrations in it's leaves. The green leaves are delicate but very lush and you'll find this epic plant to be a classic in your indoor collection.
Care Level - Easy. The Adansonii is not as rugged as the Monstera Deliciosa, but for someone with basic plant experience this guy shouldn't be too hard to keep happy.
Light - The Monstera Adansonii is a jungle climber, so liked filtered light or bright indirect light. Be mindful of hot summer afternoon sun burning your leaves in hotter months, but they do best in a well lit space.
Water - We recomend watering when the top inches of soil feels dry. A couple of times a week in summer, and every week or two during winter as a rough guide.
Food - In warmer growing months, give a quality liquid fertiliser monthly for the best growth, but hold off during winter.
Propagation - The Monstera is easy to propagate from cuttings. You can cut the stem when long enough, keeping a node, and sit the stem in water or damp perlite to grow roots in a well lit spot. Once the roots have grown a bit, the rooted cuttings can be potted up into soil to continue to grow. Best to prop in warmer months for best results.
Soil - Monstera likes a well draining soil, thats light, airy but still retails moisture. Potting mix with coco peat is great, and some perlite will assist in drainage.
Pets - Monsteras are toxic if eaten, so keep this one away from your fur babies if they are prone to eating your plants.
PLEASE NOTE: While we try to show photos of an average plant for this plant and pot size, as every plant is a living thing, plants may be slightly different in some way to the image shown. All plants come in plastic nursery pots unless specifically specified. Photos in decorative pots may be used for display purposes.
You can see these plants in person at our shop in Lonsdale Street in Braddon, Canberra. The Green Vine Plants is a locally owned small business, with a love for all things Green. We are passionate about plants, love the local Canberra community and want to grow Canberra's love for plants in our homes.