Elephant Ear Plant
Elephant Ear Plant he fiddle-leaf fig has had its time in the sun. It’s now time for a new plant to shine: the Monstera deliciosa, or Swiss cheese plant.
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Elephant Ear Plant Monstera Plant The fiddle-leaf fig has had its time in the sun. It’s now time for a new plant to shine: the Monstera deliciosa, or Swiss cheese plant.
If you've managed to keep your fiddle-leaf alive, then looking after a Monstera will be a breeze.
"A native to the jungles of Southern Mexico and Guatemala, the Monstera is a very easy houseplant that needs space to grow," Gisele Zanier, founder of Beyond Sunflowers," a plant emporium based in Melbourne told Better Homes and Gardens.
"Possessing all the qualities that are required of a good houseplant, this one is making a comeback."
How often should I water my monstera plant?
Monstera plants prefer a warm climate away from direct sunlight. When it comes to watering, Gisele says. "Let the top 4cm of soil dry out between watering as over watering may lead to root rot, signs of this are yellowing or wilting leaves. For best results Monsteras should enjoy conditions that are fairly moist so avoid artificial heating and cooling, they will require monthly feeding in spring and summer when planted in containers."
- 0.5 ft to3 ft