Monstera belongs to decorative potted plants with ornamental leaves. In the wild, monstera are strong-growing, creeping or climbing vines native to South and Central America. The decorative leaves of the monstera are green, large, with holes. Young leaves have no indentations or holes. The older ones have deep indentations. Long, dangling aerial roots are characteristic of the monstera.
Monstera is very popular nowadays, both as an ornamental plant and as a decorative motif in interiors. Artificial monstera is the most frequently chosen plant for offices – precisely because of its leaves and impressive size. It is ideal for modern interiors.