Monstera Albo Borsigiana Variegata

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$230.33

Monstera Albo Borsigiana Variegata is a sub-specie of the famous plant monster deliciosa. It is smaller in size and has a rapid growth rate as compared to the Deliciosa. The dark-green hearts shaped leaves grow to get holes turning into typical Monstera perforations on maturity.

Description

Monstera Albo Borsigiana Variegata

Monstera borsigiana is a sub-specie of the famous plant monster deliciosa. It is smaller in size and has a rapid growth rate as compared to the Deliciosa. The dark-green hearts shaped leaves grow to get holes turning into typical Monstera perforations on maturity.

Monstera borsigiana vs. deliciosa

  • Scientific name: Monstera deliciosa var. borsigiana albo variegata
  • Species: Monstera deliciosa
  • Genus: Monstera
  • Family: Araceae (arum family)

Monstera borsigiana, officially Monstera deliciosa var. borsigiana, is one of the varieties of Monstera deliciosa, the so-called Swiss cheese plant, Windowleaf or split-leaf philodendron. But Swiss cheese may also refer to Monstera adansonii or Monstera obliqua.

Some people call it Mexican breadfruit, monster fruit, or fruit salad plant due to its edible fruits. Here is a Monstera borsigiana vs. deliciosa to help you differentiate these two plants.

1 review for Monstera Albo Borsigiana Variegata

  1. Joanna Angela

    I am new to this plant. they said it was easy to take care of so I decided to risk it and try it. It is very pretty. I am good with plants, I rarely ever kill one! So I will love learning about this pretty girl.

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