AKA: Swiss Cheese Plant, Swiss Cheese vine, Five Hole Plant.
Monsteras are often called Swiss cheese plants or vines for their leaves’ lacy holes and notches, and Adansonii is arguably the cheesiest of them all. Its leaves are more perforated and delicate and the plant is petite in comparison. And though all Monsteras are considered vines, it has a trailing quality that makes it a good pick for hanging baskets or training around a room.
Light: Monstera Adansonii needs sunlight, but it’s best if the light is bright and indirect. The foliage can easily burn if it’s exposed to too much direct sun. If direct sunlight is unavoidable, limit exposure to just two or three hours of morning sun.
Water: These plants like to be consistently moist but not soaked.
* The plants in the picture are only for reference.
The size and shape of pot may vary according to availability.