Monstera broken heart
The Broken Heart Plant, sometimes incorrectly referred to as the Philodendron Broken Heart, is the smaller cousin of the large leaved Monstera Deliciosa, and as prized in the collection of every plant parent. You can commonly find pictures of the Monstera leaf printed on pillows, framed on walls and even hanging solo in a glass vases, as they can be grown hydroponically. The peacock feathers of this beauty are the fenestrations (read - holes) in its massive air purifying leaves. These holes are reason its also called the Swiss Cheese Plant or the Hurricane Plant (wind can blow through without tearing the leaves). This creeper vine loves to climb walls, up trellises, or hang out from baskets.
Common Names :-Swiss Cheese Plant, Hurricane Plant, Philodendron Broken Heart, Adanson's Monster, Split Leaf Philodendron
Light:- Bright indirect sunlight with not too much of either sun or shade.
Water:- Two to three times a week