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Monstera

Flower
Family Araceae
Name Monstera delicosa
Common Names Fruit Salad Plant, Swiss Cheese Plant
Etymology
Monstera From Latin monstrum meaning monster, referring to its large size.
deliciosa From Latin deliciosa meaning delicious or delicate.

  See also:  Climbers

This aroid from tropical rain forests is a huge climber. Mature plants can have leaves over a metre across.



Flower and buds

Flower and developing fruits

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