Monstera deliciosa (Swiss Cheese Plant)


Split-leaf philodendron is not actually a philodendron but a woody, perennial, broadleaf evergreen, climbing vine in the Araceae (arum) family. It is native from Mexico to Panama and can grow to 70 feet tall, though it stays between 6 to 8 feet in most home environments.

In its native habitat it starts its life as a terrestrial plant, turning epiphytic once it comes into contact with a sturdy tree it can climb. While It typically does not produce flowers or fruits in interior landscapes, it can produce an edible fruit that is said to taste like a cross between a banana and pineapple.

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