Monstera deliciosa aka Fruit Salad plant
Why is it known as the Fruit Salad plant I hear you ask - because it produces a green, sweetly scented flower followed by an edible fruit that has a flavour likened to a bowl of fruit salad. It is also occasionally called Swiss Cheese plant.
This lush houseplant produces huge, bright green, glossy, attractively cut leaves that will add a touch of the tropics to any space.
Over time, it will begin to trail & climb so add a trellis or post for it to cling to. If you want to keep the plant compact, simply prune back any trailing branches.
Give your Monstera a bright spot out of direct sunlight. It will tolerate low light but will become straggly reaching for the light so be sure to turn the pot regularly to avoid this.
Wash leaves regularly and mist with tepid water regularly to keep your plant happy.
Do not over-water - water only when dry.
We recommend you use Stoneman's Premium Potting Mix when repotting.
Complete your plant styling by teaming this gorgeous plant with something from our indoor pot or basket ranges.