Leaves of monstera plants.


Monstera, also known as Swiss cheese plant, is a tropical plant that is grown as a houseplant in temperate climates. It is easy to grow and care for and adds tons of interesting foliage to any indoor space. Down below, you will find various guides on how to grow and care for monstera, species and cultivar selection advice, and tips on how to keep your plants healthy and thriving. New to Swiss cheese plants? Start here.

When and How to Repot Swiss Cheese Plants (Monstera)

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A healthy monstera grows rapidly, and it might need to be repotted before you know it. Once your plant outgrows its existing container, it needs a new, larger one and some fresh soil as soon as possible. This guide explains when and how to repot your Swiss cheese plant to keep it healthy and growing vigorously. Read more.

How to Grow and Care for Swiss Cheese Plants

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Swiss cheese plants make an impressive statement in any space with their massive leaves and dramatic fenestration. But these showstoppers aren’t demanding, giving you a lot of showy bang for your buck. This guide will help you to encourage those characteristic leaf holes, and learn how to make your plant climb.

11 of the Best Moss Poles for Monstera and Other Epiphytes

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Moss poles make your plants happier with better access to light and improved air circulation. The upright form of these supports also makes a dramatic statement in your home. With many sizes and options to choose from, which is right for your plant? Our guide explores some of the best picks for your indoor garden.

How to Grow Monstera on a Moss Pole

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Moss poles aren’t just a new, fancy accessory for growing monstera houseplants. They’re a necessity if you want the healthiest growth and an attractive appearance. Our guide has all the details on how to use moss poles effectively to make sure your Swiss cheese plants are as healthy and happy as possible. Read more.

How to Propagate Monstera (Swiss Cheese Plants)

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Can’t get enough of those dramatic Swiss cheese plants? We don’t blame you. These epiphytes are extremely easy to reproduce and this guide makes the process crystal clear. Learn 5 foolproof methods for propagating Monstera deliciosa plants, including rooting cuttings, air layering, sowing seeds, and dividing.