Monstera Obliqua “Swiss Cheese Vine”
- Plant Care
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.
Monstera obliqua is a species of the genus Monstera native to Central and South America. The most well known form of obliqua is the one from Peru, often described as being "more holes than leaf" but there are forms in the obliqua complex with little to no fenestration.
Because it naturally grows in forests, it does require a fair amount of light, but it should never be direct sunlight.It will demand regular watering, but if you overwater it, the plant might start dying out.Always go for organic soils. One thing you should avoid buying is sandy and dry soils.15 - 30°CMonstera Obliqua best responds to liquid fertilizers that are mixed with water.
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