The Swiss Cheese plant, a tropical house plant with broad, green leaves that feature fenestrations to allow light to pass through.
A medium Monstera Deliciosa in a Berg's Venus Rosa handmade houseplant pot.
A Monstera Deliciosa tropical indoor houseplant in a Berg's Venus Nordic Grey terracotta houseplant pot.

Monstera Deliciosa - Swiss Cheese Plant - Medium

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Monstera Deliciosa is a hugely popular plant and has been for a long time. Commonly known as the Swiss Cheese plant due to the holes in its beautiful leaves. With its lush foliage, this is the ultimate tropical plant, ideal for anyone from beginner to expert. Monstera Deliciosa's are easy-going and an avid grower when looked after. 

Known for its “Swiss cheese” style holes in its leaves - these plants leaves will grow as normal, and over time the tallest reaching one's will develop holes to allow light to travel through the plant, onto underneath foliage.

Native to South America, and part of Araceae, the aroid family. It can reach up to 70ft in its natural environment! 

Care

Light

Requires a bright, well-lit space but can handle moderate light. Avoid direct sunlight which may harm the leaves.

Water

This pot contains a reservoir at the bottom and a water level gauge that tells you exactly how much water your Monstera needs.

The plant sits in a volcano granule soil mix. So we would not recommend repotting this plant. The volcano granules make plant care extra easy and will help the roots grow better and stronger. 

Your Monstera will need some extra nutrition once a month to help it flourish. 

Tips

You can maintain your Monstera’s growth by using a stake or tying the stalks up together. 

This will help train the plant in the direction you want. 

Toxic 

This plant is toxic if ingested so keep away from small children and pets.

Sizing

Your Monstera Deliciosa currently lives in a (17cm diameter, 14cm height) nursery pot. 

They're 65cm in height (Pot base to leaf tip). 

They are avid growers and can reach 70ft in height in the wild. So don't be afraid to get out the pruning shears.