Botanical name – Monstera adansonii ‘Monkey Mask’
Common name – Mini Swiss Cheese Vine
Description – This unusual climbing plant has green leaves with ornamental holes. This cultivar is a thicker and bushier variety compared the original adansonii. It can be grown up a totem or trellis or left to hang over a shelf. It also makes an excellent hanging basket specimen.
Location – Prefers bright to moderate indirect light. It can tolerate low light however it can make the leaves smaller and vines leggy.
Care – Water regularly after top third of potting mix has dried out. Reduce frequency of watering in winter. Feed with a liquid fertiliser monthly during spring, summer and autumn.
Mature height – 1m H x 1m W
Sizes/Plant height approximate (above pot);
100mm – 15 cm
**All plant stock and sizes are approximates and subject to grower availability as per the time of year**
Some quick facts about this plant:
|Low Light Tolerant|
|Ideal for Pots|
|1 m Wide|
|1 m High|