Evergreen climbing plant belonging to the arum family, native to tropical America. M. deliciosa is grown as a house plant. Areas between the veins of the leaves dry up, forming deep notches and eventually holes. (Genus Monstera, family Araceae.)
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These are tropical, climbing plants found wild in tropical America, Mexico and Costa Rica. Its large, leathery, leaves can grow to 3 feet. They are deeply divided and perforated with holes. Its flowers are yellow and resemble the Calla Lily. They produce a cylindrical, edible fruit in the wild, rese...
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[n] - any plant of the genus Monstera
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noun any plant of the genus Monstera; often grown as houseplants
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genus of popular ornamental foliage plants of the order Arales.
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Monstera is a genus of about 60 species of flowering plants in the family Araceae, native to tropical regions of the Americas. The genus is named from the Latin word for "monstrous" or "abnormal", the members of the genus are distinguished by their unusual leaves with natural holes. They are herbs ...
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Monstera: see arum.
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1) Liana 2) Scary-sounding houseplant
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