The Swiss cheese plant (Monstera adansonii) gets its common name from its large, heart-shaped leaves that develop holes as the plant ages (in a process called fenestration). This makes the leaves resemble Swiss cheese. Native to Central and South America
Monstera adansonii has a fast growth rate and a vining habit. But it will remain at a manageable size when grown in a container indoors.
Bloom: White Spathe
Light: Bright but not direct light
Moisture: Allow top Couple inches of soil to dry out before next watering
Humidity: Enjoys humidity 50%-60%, but will tolerate lower
Fertilizer: Twice a month during the growing season.
Mature Size: 65ft tall (outdoors), 3–8ft tall (indoors), 1–3ft wide
Habit: Trailing/Climbing with support, Leaves grow to 8in long when trailing, 16in long when climbing, and around 5in wide.