Monsteras are famous for their quirky natural leaf holes. These holes are theorized to maximize sun fleck capture on the forest floor. A cousin of the Monstera deliciosa, the leaves of the Monstera adansonii, or “Adanson’s monstera”, are slightly smaller and their holes more pronounced and lives to climb as it grows and matures.
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|Description||Monsteras are famous for their quirky natural leaf holes. These holes are theorized to maximize sun fleck capture on the forest floor.||The ZZ Plant is characterized by its waxy green leaves above the surface of its potting mix, and its large potato-like rhizomes underneath.||The Calathea Rattlesnake has long wavy green leaves with a pattern of deep green brushstrokes on top, resembling reptile skin, and a deep purple underside.||The Silver Satin vine, or Scindapsus pictus, is a low maintenance plant that will add a bit of flare to any sill or shelf with its silvery variegation that catches and reflects light.||The Peperomia obtusifolia, also known as the Baby Rubber Plant, is an easy-going houseplant characterized by its thick, succulent-like green leaves.||The Pilea peperomioides is also known as the Pancake Plant or UFO Plant because of its quirky, coin-shaped leaves.|
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