Elsewhere we see birds in the forest, in an attractive combination of various shades of orange, combined with many cleverly cut plants - monstera deliciosa
, hollyhocks .
Some of the plants have names too - their Monstera Deliciosa
is named Shrek while their Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree is lovingly called Fido.
THE Swiss cheese plant is a 1970s favourite undergoing a revival in popularity at the moment, mirroring the trends for bold leaf foliage in interior design.
Artificial plants look great and can help boost positivity | Give old plants a new lease of life with a new pot | Get creative - place plants everywhere including the walls and ceilings | Don't be afraid to ask for advice | The humble Spider Plant and Monstera Deliciosa
- the 70s favourite - the Swiss Cheese Plant (pictured below) are perfect for those new to looking after plants.
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Or for something low maintenance with a tropical feel, go for Monstera deliciosa
, the Swiss cheese plant, with its large, holey leaves, and a couple of parlour palms.
plant SA: MONSTERA DELICIOSA
: THE SWISS CHEESE PLANT THE Swiss cheese plant, Monstera deliciosa
, is an incredible statement piece for any room with its large, "holey" leaves and tropical feel.
3:15 ONTOGENETIC CHANGES IN STOMATAL DENSITY OF MONSTERA DELICIOSA
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Sponsored by Woodhead's leather merchants in Cape Town, the monumental show, dubbed Monstera Deliciosa
, Volume I, which will run until the end of February, highlights a new selection of the designer's fantastical cane and leather-enrobed underwater animal-inspired hanging nest seats, transforming the double-volume space into a magnificent faux waterscape.
What is the common name for the indoor climbing plant Monstera deliciosa
Pero Bona no fue el filodendro, el arbol del amor, sino su nombre cientifico: monstera deliciosa
, "planta parasita anudada a mi alma" (dice la version intima de "Perpetua encarnada").
Native to the rain forests of Central America, monstera deliciosa
looks more like an ear of corn than a fruit.