Medium Monstera Deliciosa (Swiss cheese plant / Split-leaf Philodendron) in 4" 3D Printed BioPot™
GET TO KNOW THE PLANT
This Monstera Deliciosa, also known as the Swiss cheese plant, split-leaf philodendron, or hurricane plant, is recognizable by its large, glossy green leaves with deep splits and holes. Young Monsteras such as this one still have their leaves intact, however, as it ages the new leaves become Swiss Cheese like, with cut large ribbons or holes in its leaves. You can expect its first split leaf within the first few months, even weeks, of its arrival.
Monstera needs lots of space: Put it in a statement-making spot in the living room, rather than in a tight corner or on a windowsill. When grown indoors, they benefit from some support to grow upright, such as small trellis or a pole.
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WHAT YOU GET
Premium white, custom-made 4" BioPot with drainage. 3D printed in-house with sustainable materials derived from corn 🌽 We up-pot, so our plants won't need a transplant for 9-18+ months!
Premium, organic, custom-blended soil made daily by our staff. Specifically formulated with all the nutrients and vitamins to keep your plants happy and thriving 🌲
Premium biodegradable water catcher
3D printed in-house with sustainable materials derived from corn 🌽
+ Personalized care instructions
+ Ready to unpack, display and love
These plants love bright, indirect light but can also tolerate medium light environments. Water Monstera moderately and evenly, about once a week. Wait until the soil is fairly dry before watering again. Keep in a fairly humid environment. To curb any excessive growth prune semi-regularly by pinching off new growth.
Buyers shipping to destinations with temperatures under 40F MUST also purchase a heat pack here
There are certain risks associated with shipping live plants. While we take all precautions to make sure the plants arrive in good conditions, some transit shock is normal. To alleviate this shock, water your plant lightly upon arrival and wait at least 1 full week before transplanting it to a new container.
Photograph above represents plants in the nursery. Appearance of delivered plant may vary depending on season.