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4" Monstera Adansonii 'Swiss Cheese'

Regular price $15.50 USD
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The Swiss Cheese plant, gets its name from its large, heart-shaped leaves, which become covered with holes that resemble swiss cheese as it gets older. Part of the Araceae family that's native to South and Central America, this Monstera is easy to grow and loves to climb and grow upwards. 4" Pot

YES, I am toxic to animals! 

Plant Care: 


  • Optimal: Bright, indirect light.
  • Avoid: Direct sunlight (can scorch leaves), low light (can cause slow growth and smaller leaves).


  • Frequency: Water when the top 1-2 inches of soil feels dry.
  • Method: Water thoroughly, allowing excess water to drain out.
  • Note: Reduce watering in winter but never let the soil dry out completely.


  • Preferred Level: High humidity (60-80%).
  • Tips: Use a humidifier, mist the leaves regularly, or place the plant on a humidity tray.


  • Ideal Range: 65-85°F (18-29°C).
  • Avoid: Drafts, sudden temperature changes, and temperatures below 60°F (15°C).


  • Type: Well-draining, peat-based potting mix.
  • Mix Recommendation: Combine regular potting soil with perlite and orchid bark for improved drainage.


  • Frequency: Every 4-6 weeks during the growing season (spring and summer).
  • Type: Balanced, water-soluble fertilizer diluted to half strength.
  • Pause: No fertilization needed in fall and winter.


  • When: As needed.
  • How: Trim back any overgrown, leggy, or damaged leaves to maintain shape and encourage new growth.


  • Frequency: Every 1-2 years, or when roots outgrow the pot.
  • Best Time: Early spring, before the active growing season.

Common Problems

  • Yellow Leaves: Overwatering or poor drainage.
  • Crispy Leaf Edges: Low humidity or underwatering.
  • Small Leaves or Slow Growth: Insufficient light or nutrients.
  • Pests: Check for spider mites, aphids, and mealybugs; treat with insecticidal soap if necessary.

Tips for Success

  • Maintain consistent moisture and high humidity.
  • Avoid direct sunlight and cold drafts.
  • Support climbing growth with a moss pole or trellis.
  • Regularly clean leaves to keep them dust-free and ensure efficient photosynthesis.

Enjoy your beautiful Monstera Adansonii (Swiss Cheese Plant)!

Pet Safety

  • Caution: Monstera Adansonii is toxic to cats and dogs if ingested, causing oral irritation, drooling, and digestive upset. Keep out of reach of pets.