Monstera Deliciosa (or a Swiss Cheese Plant) is like Santa - there's probably not a single person in the world, who won't recognize her and her stunning signature leaves (that apparently look to some like a Swiss cheese, hence the name). When Monstera is young, her leaves don't have holes, and only start developing them a bit later in life. And the more light you have at home - the more prominent those holes are gonna be!
Despite being such a stunning beauty, she's not a drama queen. This plant is a climbing kind and would need a moss as it grows.
We personally love monstera as you can tell by our logo!
Your plant comes in a 17 cm nursery pot and is approx 65 cm tall.
Light: Low-Medium. The more light you have - the bigger holes your Monstera is going to have, however she's not fussy about it - 100+ FC will be enough for her to feel good, but the holes variety will be a bit poorer.
Min light - 100 FC, Good Growth - 400 FC
Water: Medium. Let the top inch of the soil dry between the waterings, and water thoroughly after. As she takes in water from air with her aerial roots, she prefers underwatering much more, than overwatering.
Pets: Toxic to cats and dogs.
See instructions on how to measure your light and properly water your plants in our FAQs Plant Care section!