How to Repot an Unruly Monstera deliciosa - 'Swiss Cheese Plant'

The Swiss Cheese plant - Monstera deliciosa, can become quite unruly when grown as a houseplant which means that at some point you will need to repot it to get it back under control. In its native habitat young seedlings naturally grow towards the shade in order to find suitable support such as the trunk of a tree or a cliff face. This means that the juvenile plant is ideal for growing in shady conditions such as those experienced in a home. This is why Monstera deliciosa makes for such a good house plant

In this video horticulturist Simon will explain how he goes about this as well as adding his top five facts about this magnificent plant.

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