How to Grow Monstera
Plant Type: Perennial Fruiting Vine
Harvest Season: Fall, Winter
Mature Size: Monstera is a climbing fine that can reach up to 70' outdoors and about 10' indoors
Soil & Moisture: Requires fertile, moist, loose, well-draining soil. Loves to climb on shady trees.
Exposure: Part Shade, Shade
Zone Hardiness: 9+ with frost protection
How to Eat Monstera Fruit
Not only does this plant make a statement in your home, it also deserves a worthy spot in your food forest! Monstera produces a rare and delicious fruit that's highly coveted for it's unique tropical flavor. Fruit must be allowed to ripen naturally before consumption. Place it upriht in a glass for 2-3 days. When ripe, the inedible outer scaley shell will naturally peel away, revealing the soft edible interior flesh. Fruit is high in Potassium and Vitamin C.