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Cheese Plant

Also know as Monstera Delicosa the cheese plant was a really popular houseplant in the sixties and seventies and is currently experiencing a welcome revival. These easy to care for plants look good in any room and will tolerate the lower light levels common in open plan offices.
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A very easy-going house plant and a great way to bring a bit of greenery indoors. These glossy-leaved Cheese plants will make a great gift for a flat or office and are a good size for a large table or to sit on the floor. This week's plants look super in their funky pot with a geometric design.
60cm+ tall in a 4L pot
1 x Cheese Plant   + £0.00
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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

This cheese plant (monstera delicosa) is a very easy-going house plant.

All plants need light, but this cheese plant will thrive even in quite low light – most rooms in the house will be suitable. It is happy at a normal room temperature, and if gets really hot in the summer you can mist it with ordinary tap water to cool it down.

In the spring and summer when the plant is growing it will need to be watered often, but in the winter when the plant is resting watering is not so important. You might like to feed it every month with ordinary houseplant food to help it grow and to keep the leaves nice and fresh.

As the plant grows it can be repotted in a larger pot. Choose rich compost that will hold water well. In the right spot your cheese plant could get to six feet in a couple of years. To restrict growth however, keep slightly cooler and darker and restrict pot size.

Problem solving:

Brown tips to the leaves are the result of a dry atmosphere, try giving you plant a good misting and water more regularly.

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