Monstera deliciosa, commonly called split-leaf philodendron or swiss cheese plant, is native to Central America. It is a climbing, evergreen perennial vine that is perhaps most noted for its large perforated leaves on thick plant stems and its long cord-like aerial roots. Indoor plants more typically are grown in the 6-8’ range.
- It makes your home or office more attractive with its beautiful unique leaf patterns.
- It can purify the air and is useful in humidifying air conditions.
- Its fruit is full of vitamin C, proteins, some vitamin B, calcium, phosphorous and no fat but it is poisonous if it does not fully ripen.
- It can be a cure for different diseases and health problems such as arthritis and insect or snake bites.