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Mexican Breadfruit (Monstera deliciosa)

Mexican Breadfruit (Monstera deliciosa)

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Mexican Breadfruit (Monstera deliciosa)
The large shiny green leaves reach 3’ across and have curious holes that resemble Swiss cheese. Although not as rare as the variegated variety, Mexican Breadfruit creates a living screen with its aerial roots that anchor to a trellis, moss pole or wall. Each leaf is unique with no two the same and it can be seen in the understory of a jungle climbing on tropical trees. It also produces large corn cob-like, edible fruit that’s 8-10” long called breadfruit that ripens to a sweet pineapple flesh. In the aroid family, it produces impressive flowers with a white hood like other spaths. Monstera deliciosa was awarded the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Merit. This is a plant in a 6” pot. Soon, the unusual splits in the leaves will start to form and become more pronounced as the plant matures.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Partial Sun, Shade
Grows to 3-8'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 40
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