Hirt's® Split Leaf Philodendron 6" Pot - Monstera - Edible Fruit Pineapple Taste

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Product Description

The Split-Leaf Philodendron is an old-fashioned, easy to grow house plant. Just proved bright, indirect light and water thoroughly when on the dry side. Prune as needed. This is an impossible to kill house plant. The large split leaves develop with age.
  • Proper name: Monstera deliciosa. The large split leaves develop with age.
  • Great gift for the home, apartment, office, dorm or den
  • Prefers bright, indirect light or artificial light
  • Keep evenly moist, not wet or dry
  • Edible fruit tastes like pineapple


  • 5
    Philodendron Monstera

    Posted by Catherine Kleinman on Mar 19th 2022

    This is a huge lovely healthy plant that arrived in good condition. It needed a couple of broken stems removed but that was all. Very well packed to protect the plant. It is a large plant in a small pot that will easily be divided into 2 or 3 plants. Thank you Hirt's Gardens!

  • 5
    Great plant

    Posted by Sheri on Dec 24th 2021

    I'm always surprised with the size of this plant when I open box. It's huge and healthy. No complaints. This is my second monstera from HIRTS and I am very happy.

  • 5

    Posted by Lindy J. on Dec 23rd 2021

    For a Monstera Deliciosa in a 6" pot I was not expecting the plant to be this big! I couldn't believe how big it was when I unboxed it and measured it. It's 22" tall above the soil line and has lots of very healthy and sizeable leaves and I think there are 7 plants in this one little pot and it is THRIVING! Only a handful of the leaves have fenestrations right now but more will come as it matures. In the meantime though, plenty of beautiful green heart shaped leaves and a handful of holey ones and an overall healthy and pest free plant.

  • 5
    Healthy plant

    Posted by Michelle on Oct 1st 2021

    I received a very healthy plant! I would never expect to get fruit out of this plant though as it almost never fruits indoors.