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Category Monstera

Monstera, often referred to as the Swiss cheese plant due to its distinct fenestrated leaves, is a favorite among indoor plant enthusiasts. Its bold, tropical appearance and resilience to indoor conditions make it a staple in modern interior design. Native to the tropical rainforests of Central and South America, Monstera brings a touch of the exotic into homes around the world.

This section is dedicated to celebrating the charismatic Monstera, providing care guides, propagation techniques, and diving into the cultural significance of this beloved plant. Whether you’re a seasoned plant parent or just starting to curate your indoor jungle, Monstera promises to be a captivating and rewarding addition.

Monstera leaves showing fenestrations

How to grow monstera

Wondering how to grow Monstera plants? Here’s the essential information, ideal growing conditions, propagation techniques,…

Monstera care

Monstera care

From warm tropical forests of Central and South America, Monstera plants grow best in bright…

Types of monstera

10 types of monstera

Even if you’re not a plant lover, you’ve likely heard of Monstera plants as they…

Monstera obliqua

Monstera obliqua

If you’ve already got a Monstera Deliciosa and a Monstera Adansonii, it might be time…

How to propagate monstera

How to propagate Monstera

Monstera is easy to propagate. These tropical houseplants are commonly propagated by stem cuttings, but…

Moss pole monstera plant

Moss pole Monstera

Is your Monstera plant growing all over the place in every direction? If so, it…

Monstera adansonii

Monstera adansonii

The Monstera adansonii is a popular tropical plant known for its heart-shaped leaves with holes…

Repotting monstera

Repotting Monstera

To repot a Monstera, choose a new planter that has a drainage hole at the…