Monstera deliciosa (mon-STER-ah de-lis-ee-OH-sah) is a popular houseplant well-known for its large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves with a split characteristic. This easy-to-grow climbing evergreen is native to the rainforests of Central
Monsteras are quite popular due to their fenestrations, which give the leaves an appearance, not unlike Swiss cheese. However, while the fenestrations are attractive, they make the foliage more fragile.
Rhaphidophora decursiva (ra-fid-OH-for-a) is a very large climbing plant with interesting fringed leaves. This tropical plant is epiphytic and hails from Southeast Asia, the forests of the Himalayas, Malaysia, and
A lot of plants go through an identity crisis due to flaws in botanical naming conventions. However, the close resemblance of Monstera standleyana (mon-STER-uh stand-lee-AY-na) to philodendrons has led to
Rhaphidophora Cryptantha is a shingling plant or shingle vine native to Papua New Guinea, tropical regions of African tropics, and Southeast Asia. These tropical plants are also found in Australia, Bali,
The Monstera plant has become wildly popular due to its fenestrated leaves. However, only those originating from Peru, Panama, Suriname, and Bolivia have these fenestrations. There are lots of misconceptions
Rhaphidophora tetrasperma (ra-fid-OH-for-a tet-ra-SPERM-a) is a perennial vining plant that is often mistaken for other plant species. This has led to the misleading common names of: In truth, this member
Monstera siltepecana aka the Silver Monstera is an attractive plant from Mexico and parts of Central America and prized for its rich foliage, which develops fenestrations (window-like holes) as it grows older. Click on this article of care details.
Monstera adansonii also known as Monstera friedrichsthalii [Mon-STER-uh, Free-dreech-sta-lia-na] is a tropical plant, evergreen, glossy vine native to various regions of Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, South America, and Central America. The