Monstera deliciosa var. borsigianaMust have it. Must buy it.
Monstera deliciosa var. borsigiana is the small-leaved form of the popular house plant.
Monstera deliciosa var. borsigiana,often referred to as the “fruit salad plant” or “Swiss cheese plant”, is easy to care for, and loves to climb.
The variety borsigiana is a much less common variety, with leaves growing much smaller than the common deliciosa variety. The deliciosa will develop inner fenestrations as well as the outers. Whereas the borsigiana will only develop the outer fenestrations as the leaves remain much smaller. The borsigiana has much longer internodes on the stem so will appear more of a vine. The deliciosa develops a thicker stem and the spacing between nodes/leaves is much shorter.
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IMPORTANT: Please do not repot and keep it warm initially after arriving to minimize the impact of courier transport. Give them a few weeks to recover from that rocking and rolling before adding any further trauma to the roots. When repotting try to keep the root ball in tact/undisturbed and when repotting pack soil around the outside.
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