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Philodendron, monstera 'adonsonii (Swiss Cheese Plant)

Philodendron, 'adonsii' also known as Swiss Cheese Plant this hugely popular vining cousin to Monstera Deliciosa has large heart shaped leaves with holes in them (as they mature). 



Philodendron, 'adonsii' also known as Swiss Cheese Plant this hugely popular vining cousin to Monstera Deliciosa has large heart shaped leaves with holes in them (as they mature). 



PLANT CARE

 

  • Light Requirements: Bright indirect light.
  • Water: Moist but don't over water.
  •  Soil: America’s Gardens aroid houseplant soil.
  •  Temperature: 65-75 degrees.
  •  Flowering: Whitish colored spathe type with a spadix in the center.
  •  Re-Potting: Allow enough room for growth (2-3' beyond root ball).
  •  Disease & Pest: Swiss cheese plant may have to contend with a variety of common pests, such as mealybugs, spider mites, scale, and whiteflies.  Additionally, you should keep an eye out for signs of common diseases on your plant, such as root rot, rust, powdery mildew, and blight.
  •  Toxicity: All parts are poisonous if ingested.

 

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