Monstera Adansonii Cutting ( Swiss cheese vine) Live Houseplant
This Monstera Adansonii, also known as the Swiss cheese vine, is easily recognizable by its many natural oval-shaped holes on its leaves called fenestration that earn the plant its nickname. Young Monsteras 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.
Swiss Cheese Vine loves to climb and benefit from some support to grow upright and expand its leaves. Alternately, this vine makes a lovely hanging plant as without support, the vines will cascade down the sides of the pot.
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- Premium white, custom-made 3 or 4" planter with drainage. 3D printed inhouse with sustainable, plant based materials.
- Premium custom-blend soil. Specifically formulated with all the nutrients and vitamins to keep your Pretty in Green plants happy and thriving.
- Personalized care instructions.
- Ready to unpack, display and love.
- Light: Medium to bright indirect light.
- Water: Lightly, when soil begins to dry. Mist often to encourage climbing.
- Tips: Fertilize monthly during growing season and prune semi-regularly to curb any excessive growth.
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. In the event that the plant is severely damaged during transit, please contact us within 48 hours with a description of the condition of your plant upon arrival and a picture, and we will gladly mail a replacement.
Photograph above represents plants in the nursery. Appearance of delivered plant may vary depending on season.
WINTER SHIPMENTS: Buyers shipping to destinations with temperatures under 40F must also purchase a heat pack.