Monstera adansonii, Monstera friedrichsthalii, Swiss Cheese Plant. Monstera x adansonii (possible cross with obliqua)
Monstera x adansonii (possible cross with obliqua)

Monstera adansonii, Monstera friedrichsthalii

Swiss Cheese Plant
Family: Araceae
Origin: Central America
USDA Zone: 9-11?
USDA Plant Hardiness MapVine or creeper plantSemi-shadeRegular waterEpiphyte plant

Monstera adansonii is similar to Monstera obliqua but Monstera obliqua and Monstera adansonii are not the same species. There are many hybrids in cultivation between Monstera adansonii and Monstera obliqua.

Monstera obliqua leaves are as thin as a sheet of paper, when adansonii leaves are a bit rough. Obliquas leaves consist mostly of holes. Adansonii leaves are not as longitindial as obliqua's. The holes in adansonii cover generally half of the adult leaf.

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Monstera x adansonii - Baby Swiss Cheese Plant (Window Leaf Philodendron)

Monstera adansonii (friedrichsthalii) hybrid, possibly with M. obliqua. Window Leaf. An unusual form of Monstera with smaller leaves that have many holes. Makes an interesting indoor specimen. This is a hybrid variety. There are many hybrids in cultivation between Monstera adansonii, Monstera obliqua, Monstera friedrichsthalii.
The plants we have for sale are propagated from the exact plant you see on this picture. We do not have a named hybrid for it if the type of hybrid matters to you.
See Article about Philodendrons.

Recommended Fertilizer: SUNSHINE Robusta - Rapid Growth Booster
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