Swiss cheese plant


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Related to Swiss cheese plant: Monstera deliciosa

Swiss cheese plant

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(Plants) See monstera
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A WELL, I have to say I have not heard of a Swiss Cheese plant, which is a native of Mexico and central South America, flowering, so I looked it up.
A huge truck would pull up and I'd unload trolleys of ferns, rubber plants, Swiss cheese plants, yuccas and orchids - all the species that are seeing a resurgence in this millennium.
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.
A Swiss cheese plant is always a winner in the living room Window ledges, inside and out, are just made for a colourful display - just make sure you keep on top of the watering
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.
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The Swiss cheese plant makes an ideal present for a poorly-lit spot with average temperatures.
Tropical foliage varieties are nearly all really spectacular, from the Swiss cheese plant (Monstera deliciosa) climbing up a pillar to the Caladiums - especially the angel's wings (C.

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