Common Name Swiss cheese plant, Swiss cheese vine, five holes plant Botanical Name Monstera adansonii Family Araceae Plant Type Perennial Mature Size 10â13 ft.
At this point, you can remove the plastic and moss, and sever the stem from the rest of the plant using a pair of clean secateurs.
Air layering is a preferred low-risk method because you're not making a cut in the mother plant until the baby is ready to be put in a pot with its new roots.
They are , sending out both ground and aerial roots as they vine up taller plants.
When your plant is young, repot every year in a slightly bigger pot.
And despite some theories that only larger, fully mature leaves will fenestrate, two of the fenestrated leaves emerged with the holes already formed.
Anything below 64 degrees can cause your plant growth to slow down and possibly kill the plant if exposed for too long.