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Monstera

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Monstera deliciosa (House Plant)

Monstera deliciosa is instantly recognisable for its lustrous, dark green, heart-shaped leaves with their characteristic splits. As the leaves grow the holes appear, creating a palm-like effect and giving it the common name of Swiss Cheese Plant. This climbing plant is best trained…  More Info

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House Plant Urban Jungle Collection (House Plant)

…? Large, dark green, thick leaves that are extremely glossy, with paler undersides. Over time, it matures to become a magnificent indoor tree.* Monstera deliciosa - A climbing plant, that is best trained up a mossy pole. It has rich, dark green, heart-shaped leaves with wide…  More Info

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Monstera 'Monkey Leaf' (House Plant)

Monstera 'Monkey Leaf' is like a compact Monstera deliciosa, or more commonly known as a Swiss Cheese plant. It has the same heart shaped leaves, with irregular holes. A great choice for a modern interior, this houseplant will help create an exotic ambience in a room. Thrives…  More Info

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Monstera dubia with plank

A relative of the popular Swiss Cheese Plant (Monstera deliciosa), this rare Monstera species looks very different but is a beautiful houseplant which deserves to be more widely grown. Sometimes referred to as the Shingle Plant, Monstera dubia is a climbing vine with…  More Info

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Just£91.99

Monstera adansonii in kingston vase

No messy soil is needed to grow this handsome Monstera adansonii. Just pop the plant into the beautiful glass vase, top up with rainwater and watch the roots grow. This unusual hydroponic growing method is becoming the latest houseplant trend and makes for a fascinating and unusual…  More Info

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Just£28.99