- Light: Medium to bright, indirect light.
- Water: Allow top inch of soil to dry out between watering.
Also called the Swiss Cheese Plant, this plant features large, heart-shaped leaves with stunning cuts that form as the plant ages. These perforations help the plant withstand high winds in the wild. They are naturally a climbing plant so a moss post is recommended to give it some stability. The aerial roots the stems produce will grow into the post and anchor it eventually but the stem should be tied to the post in the meantime (not tightly).