SAY “CHEESE” WHEN YOU WANT AN EASY-TO-GROW EXOTIC
The “Swiss Cheese Plant” is instantly recognizable with its uniquely shaped leaves featuring multiple oval holes. Botanists theorize the holes allow sun and water to reach the lower leaves, and enable the plant to stand up to strong winds.
The Swiss Cheese Philodendron loves to climb when supported by a trellis or a pole. The plant thrives in low light, and does well indoors under fluorescent light. It can handle some bright, indirect light, but too much light may cause browning. It loves plenty of humidity, fast draining soil, and does best when you allow soil to dry out completely between watering’s.
The Monstera adansonii, is the perfect swiss cheese plant alternative to the classic Monstera Deliciosa.