Also known as split-leaf plant, monstera deliciosa, window leaf plant, ceriman plant, and Mexican breadfruit plant – there is some confusion over whether this plant truly is a philodendron. Regardless, it is a large houseplant that is popular because it is easy to take care of. With the splits in its large leaves, the Split Leaf can add a touch of the tropical to any room you place it in.
The soil should be kept damp but not soggy, temperatures should be kept above 50 degrees Fahrenheit, the environment ideally should have high humidity and should be fertilized every 2 weeks when it is growing. Unlike other indoor plants, the Split Leaf prefers larger pots as they allow its leaves to grow to a larger size.
- A healthy plant in its pot with soil
- All the tips and tricks for plant care
Please Note: The pot shown in the pictures may be for inspiration purposes only and does not mean the plant will come with the pot pictured. All plants are shipped in a plastic grower pot unless otherwise stated/chosen.