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I live at the base of Mt Gravatt mountain in Brisbane. Part of Toohey Forest . A native habitat of flora & fauna. My garden is my peace. View is too.
Somethings had a good munch
Amazing!! 😍 This is the largest Swiss Cheese Plant I've seen 💚
Wonderful! Its in ground 😇
@kaporyash yes Yash. No care needed. The stem is thick as my lower leg.
@sarahkbartley @dpkgujar thanks guys
Wow what an amazing big beautiful new leaf 😍😍😍 and the one in the back oh dear 😂🤗
Your monstera is a monster! 😄
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@jeatacake @daisy-jane same monstera but before opening. Looks like some weird insect. Trunk lying on the ground, heads with a nose legs are stems and fruit as antlers.
That's one creepy looking insect 😵😵
Hence the Latin name.....Monster...a 😁
#splitleafmonstera #fruit #flower
I have one of these as a houseplant Sussanah 💚
@daisy-jane have you eaten the fruit? I think it’s yuk. Dad loves them. Same with custard apples.
My plant is fairly young,it's just under 3ft high,i don't know if it would ever get fruit on it especially with our climate here 🙄😊
@daisy-jane not missing much
Lol that bad is it 🙄😁
Wow! Never seen one of these flower before 👍
@jeatacake the fruit tastes horrendous.
I cannot imagine what they would be like & certainly would be fearful of trying them even before what you said, lol! 😁
#monsteradeliciosa #splitleafmonstera #splitleafphilodendron
#edible similar to custard apples
Great photo @Sussanah 👏👏👍
Ohh i need this in my life. So beautiful. 😍🌿🌿
Swipe left to see fruit @micbrown
There's an entry in the plant encyclopedia for Monstera deliciosa if you want to change the plant name...
@brightcolours done. Not easily tho. The great disappearing act in the list strikes again. 🍄
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@brightcolours the fruit is a delicacy for my dad but it burns my lips and tongue 👅 feels prickly
I'm happy for him. I'm put off trying because you have to eat them at just the right time... Or else it may cause problems...
@brightcolours he's got it down to a fine art now. Like bloody custard apples. Yuk.
He can have those too!
Good pic 😊📷👏
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