Swiss Cheese Plant | 170cm - People Plants
Swiss Cheese Plant | 170cm - People Plants
Swiss Cheese Plant | 170cm - People Plants
Swiss Cheese Plant | 170cm - People Plants
Monstera deliciosa

Swiss Cheese Plant | 170cm

Regular price £300.00

A big, beautiful plant that will add jungle vibes to your home. The Swiss Cheese Plant or Monstera deliciosa is easy to care for and quick growing in good conditions.

This moss pole Monstera is currently 5.5ft tall, making it a great statement piece for your interior.

__ Arrives in a 32cm nursery pot
__ Perfect for giving your space that wild, natural look
__ An hour or two of passing sunshine and bright light is ideal
__ A relatively easy, low maintenance plant


*White pot not included. 

Next Working Day delivery

All plants less than 120cm in height will be sent out with DPD Next Working Day delivery. The cut off for Next Day delivery is 12pm, midday.

Plants less than 60cm in height = £6 next day delivery
XL plants (60-120cm in height) = £12 next day delivery

All orders for XXL plants (greater than 120cm in height) will be sent out by special courier delivery. We will contact you via email to confirm timings.

XXL plants (120cm+) £20 delivery

*** Please note this is currently for mainland U.K only *** 


If you live locally to us (with a Cornish postcode) during checkout you will have the option to collect your plant from our warehouse or from Open in St Agnes. This is done via your postcode so will only show with a Cornish postcode at checkout.

Delicious fruit

The Latin name deliciosa refers to the Swiss Cheese Plant's 'delicious' fruit. The fruits flavour is a mixture of banana and pineapple and was once cultivated in central America.

Natural climber

In its natural, tropical forest environment, the Swiss Cheese Plant can be found climbing its way up trees. Use a moss pole if you want to train the plant upwards.


Swiss Cheese Plants are unique in their formation: their leaves are covered in holes called fenestrations. A word which translates to mean ‘windows'.

Swiss Cheese Plant
Plant Bio

The Swiss Cheese plant or Monstera deliciosa is an epiphytic (grows on other plants) vine, native to the humid tropical rainforests of southern Mexico.

A member of the Araceae family.

The genus Monstera refers to its monstrous size and abnormally shaped leaves. The species name deliciosa refers to its delicious fruit that can reach a staggering 25cm long in the wild. Unfortunately, your Swiss Cheese Plant is unlikely to bear fruit indoors; you need to move to a tropical climate and plant it outside for that!

Also commonly called: Cheese Plant, Mexican Breadfruit...


| In their native environment, Swiss Cheese Plants grow up trees and, as a result, thrive with dappled sunlight. An hour or two of passing sunshine and lots of bright light is ideal.

Water | Swiss Cheese Plants like an element of drought. It is best to let the top few inches of soil dry out before giving them a drink. Take care to check them more in warmer summer months when they dry out quicker.

Humidity | Swiss Cheese Plants thrive in humid environments, but they aren't too fussy if it's on the drier side either.

Temperature | Like most tropical plants, Swiss Cheese Plants will go dormant under 10℃. For best growth, keep them in temperatures between 18℃ and 28℃