Journal of the International Aroid Society, Inc.
Volume 10, Number 2 (1987); Pages 20-22
Aroid profile no. 12: Monstera oblique
By Craig Phillips    
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A small but attractive vine, Monstera obliqua is one of the more commonly cultivated monstera., at the present time. The nearly uniform appearance ofhorticulturally available plant., with their leaves highly perforated and looking as if they descended from a common ancestral clone belies the fact that in nature M.obliqua is a highly variable plant leafwise, both in size, shape, and hole pattern when present.


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