Swiss Cheese Plant

(Monstera Deliciosa)

A tropical evergreen with large, heart-shaped leaves with holes, giving it a unique, "Swiss cheese" appearance.


Height: 60cm - 80cm

Choose a Large pot (Repotting is included)

Nursery Pot
Nursery Pot
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Alena | Black
Alena | Black
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Cement Fibre

Sam
Sam
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Dimensions: 32cm Diameter x 43cm Height

Material: Ceramic

Julie (Gloss)
Julie (Gloss)
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Dimensions: 32cm Diameter x 42cm Height

Material: Ceramic

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Lily | White
Lily | White
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Plastic

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Lily | Black
Lily | Black
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Plastic

Scarlett
Scarlett
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Dimensions: 35cm Diameter x 47.5cm Height

Material: Ceramic

Sale priceAED 180

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Description

The Swiss Cheese Plant, also known as Monstera, is a popular houseplant that is native to the tropical rainforests of Central and South America. It is a climbing plant that can grow up to 20 meters in height in its natural habitat, but when grown indoors, it typically reaches a height of 40-120cm. The plant is characterized by its large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves that have distinctive holes and splits, giving it the appearance of Swiss cheese. The leaves can grow up to 90cm in length and 75cm in width, making it a striking addition to any room. The Swiss Cheese Plant is relatively easy to care for and can thrive in a variety of lighting conditions, from bright, indirect light to low light. It prefers well-draining soil and should be watered when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. It is also important to mist the leaves regularly to maintain humidity levels. In addition to its aesthetic appeal, the Swiss Cheese Plant has been shown to improve air quality by removing toxins from the air.

Caring for your Swiss Cheese Plant

Difficulty Level - Involved
Light Requirements Size Guide
- Low Light, Indirect Light
Pet Friendliness - No

Customer Reviews

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Ghada Ashraf

Swiss Cheese Plant

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Rupa Chatterjee

Thank you!!

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Hany Tarfa

The plant is in a very good condition but not sure if it need to be repot and also I can see the roots on to of the soil. Please advise