One of the most well known and reliable of House plants, the Swiss Cheese plants bold lush green, glossy foliage that has uniquely patterned holes have made it a stalwart of the houseplant world. In the wild it lives in the crevices of tree making it epiphytic. The plant is evergreen and can tolerate I range of light conditions – happy in semi shade but prefers bright indirect light. In regard to water let the soil dry out a bit between watering, mist every few days to keep foliage looking healthy – and remove any build up of dust when you can.
Interesting snippets of information:
Monstera deliciosa – translates to Delicious Monster
As the plant matures it produces aerial roots – in Peru these are made into ropes.