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MONSTERA - FRUIT SALAD TREE Monstera deliciosa

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Often called the Fruit Salad Tree or the Swiss Cheese Plant as the ripened fruit has a pineapple-banana odour and fruit salad taste. The mature fruit has a yellow-green, violet-spotted rind of hexagonal plates covering a creamy-white, soft pulp. Highly ornamental, an excellent choice for heavily shaded positions.

 

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Grown From Climate Height Frost tol. Pollination req'd Evergreen/Deciduous Harvest period
Seedling Warm Temperate - Subtropical 2-4 Medium No Evergreen February - May
 

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Monstero

Grows and fruits outdoors even in our cool climate, burns in full sun. Fruit is hard to eat because of prickles inside it | Anthony Miceli - Mornington, VIC 25-Feb-2006

Monstero

You're doing something wrong. had one yesterday, fantastic fruit, nothing but soft sweet fruit salad flesh. you don't eat the inside stem, and wait til the hexagonal plates fall away. | Mal - Toowoomba, QLD 12-Apr-2006

Monstero

I seem to have fruits developing from an ex-indoor specimen transplanted into the garden, east-facing, but beneath an Australian native hedge..would get little direct sunlight but is threatening to take over the entire block! | Robin Knight - Newtown, VIC 05-Jun-2006

Monstero

Monstera left in their pots, even huge pots, seem not to fruit with he same enthusiasm that those with roots in the garden soil seem to exhibit! | Robin Knight - Newtown, VIC 05-Jun-2006

Monstero

They seem to bounce back well. I found a pot with just some yellowish stalks left began watering it a few days and i had new foliage unfurling and in 2 years it has become quite impressive for a potted plant. | Kathy Milligan - Warrnambool, VIC 15-Oct-2006

Monstero

Apparently the fruit is ripe when the sections of skin come away and its easiest to scrape the flesh away from the stem with a fork | Kathy Milligan - Warrnambool, VIC 15-Oct-2006

Monstera

I have 2 monstera's in an enclosure to my turtle pond and I use the water from the pond to water them, The 2 will fruit 3-4 pieces every year. its about 4 years old now and doing fine | Kieren Marsden - Hillbank, SA 11-Jan-2007

Monstera

I have been making monstera jam for several years, I just freeze the ripe sections and let them build up until i get enough to make some jam, i add 2/3 cup of sugar per cup of pulp and the juice and zest of 1 lemon per kg of pulp, then make the jam. | Jeffrey K. Heriot. - Buderim, QLD 26-Feb-2007

Monstera

We have 4 from the one original plant. They are fed with grey water and kept in well mulched dappled sunlight. We do nothing else with them and we are looking forward to the 3 dozen fruit we will be enjoying next year. Frost hasn't bothered it so far. | Fay & Graham Nilsen - Brisbane, QLD 03-Mar-2007

Monstera

Twanger is a great name for a cheese plant i love mine he's the best oh yeah oh yeah | George - Cowes, I.O.W 28-Mar-2007

Monstera

Near back fence and partly shaded. Fed with grey water and not much TLC. Been told to leave fruit till skin is black and the 'scales' fall off. Never tried it before. Looking forward to tasting it. | Beryl Bailey - Kallangur, QLD 01-Apr-2007

Monstera

Southern side of the house in the damp. The one directly under the kitchen window fruits prolificly. One fruit even had seeds inside it. Also have one growing inder banana plants and fruiting well, gets sun so some scorched leaves. | B.kerr - Gympie, QLD 08-May-2007

Monstera

Yea uhh its pretty much amazing. | Caitlin Dymphna - Miami, FL 02-Jul-2007

Monstera

Our Monstera is huge. Broke out of the fernery many years ago and doesn't mind full sun anymore. One leaf is easily the size of me. Generally get about 20 or more fruit from it each year. | Fred Secula - Melbourne, VIC 25-Aug-2007

Monstera

About the "prickles". They're tiny crystals of calcium oxalate (raphides). Also in kiwifruit (near the core) and just under the skin in pineapple. They're harmless, but you can feel them. | Shane Walker - Canada, NS 29-Aug-2007

Monstera

Who said it was tropical. I live in Hobart and have one outside the front door. This year we will have 10 or so fruits. | Ross James - Taroona, TAS 17-Oct-2007

Monstera

It is tropical, but you can grow it in other areas. After reading many others topics about the Monstera fruit, I have come to the conclusion that each Monstera plant grows in a pair of flowers each year. I have a Monstera plant and it also has 2 flowers. | Alen Brandenburg - Los Angeles, CA 11-Nov-2007

Monstera

You would not believe the size of ours! Vines easily in the 20ft range, leaves 2.5 ft long...amazing. Going to try propagation by vines. I'd like to dig up the parent plant but not sure how deep roots go...any suggestions? | Lizabeth Jones - Australia, VIC 24-Nov-2007

Monstera

THESE GIANTS LOVE FISH EMULSION AND COFFEE GROUNDS MIXED INTO THE SOIL FOR ROOT STIMULOUS | Wayne Zollinger - West Hills, CA 23-Dec-2007

Monstera

My 20 year old plant has produced fruit for the first time this tear but it doesnt look like photos ive seen,doesnt have hexagon shapes on it,it just looks like a straight banana but not as smooth? | Grant Mundy - Hobart, TAS 06-Jan-2008

Monstera

The fleshy part of the fruit is elegantly fruity, but the "prickly" calcium axalate crystals(?) are rough on the tongue, not comfortable. | Yun Chin Leong - Churchill 3842, VICTO 09-Mar-2008

Monstera

I luv the fruit but can't stand the prickles. I wait till the fruit it ripe but I still manage to eat the pricles. What can I do? | Chris Best - Corindi, NSW 19-Apr-2008

Monstera

Great with tomato soup | Heba Awad - Melbourne, VIC 08-Sep-2008

Monstera

I dont think it would be appropriate to have with soup it has a tangy sort of taste, id say you would put it on a pavlova, cut it up in slices-avoid the prikles!! all the best let me know what you think | Aaron Davis - Sunbury, VIC 08-Sep-2008

Monstera

8yr old , from air-rooted piece 1 metre long ,one end part-buried .1st time fruit.Some water in 40+summer heat...sub-zero winters; blood and bone last year.. | Greg Hedley - Chidlow, WA 12-Nov-2008

Monstera

I completeley hacked mine to the ground. Less than a month later it was covered in leaves and fruit (ten or more). Frost certainly hasn't killed it. know if I mulch it into th | Jen B - Windsor, NSW 22-Nov-2008

Monstera

Mine is growing in full sun in the backyard. It takes up half the yard. These things are hardy. | Jen B - Windsor, NSW 22-Nov-2008

Monstera

I noticed one half eaten this a.m., must have been the birds! Anyway I ate some of it myself and left the rest on the bench to ripen further. But isn't this early? You say harvest between Feb and May -- surely it's not last season's? There are four more. | Nancy Patton - Mornington, VIC 30-Nov-2008

Monstera

I just found 4 plants in my backyard, each with 2 fruits what should I do now? | Nathan Hockridge - Sydney, N.S.W 09-Jan-2009

Monstera

My Question is.... When is the right time to eat it, any reason why the ants are all over it this year? | April - Nabiac, NSW 03-Feb-2009

Monstera

The right time to eat is when the scales fall off. Don't pull them off as that is when the prickles occur. | Tony Poyner - Cairns, QLD 14-Mar-2009

Monstera

To take a cutting, just chop off a growing stem with roots hanging off it. Plant it up against a tree or wall and mine have fruited the following year. | Tony Poyner - Cairns, QLD 14-Mar-2009

Monstera

No tip need advice not growing what type of fertiliser do you suggest it is in shade & theres frost in winter is growing in mt druitt nsw | Julie Bartley - Mt Druitt, NSW 01-Apr-2009

Monstera

How do i take a butting from my plant? | Lorraine Myers - Inverleigh 3321, VIC 01-Apr-2009

Monstera

I live in one of the coldest parts of the country and have an indoor monstera producing two foot wide leaves and about to flower for the first time | Ken Nosich - Rock Springs , WY 11-Apr-2009

Monstera

Make cuttings by stripping the leaves from the vine and make 2-3 inch sections with 1 or 2 nodes (where the leaves were attached) on each piece. Let the ends heal. Root by planting sections partially beneath the soil. | L. Thomas - Central, FL 12-Jun-2009

Monstera

I just bought my first monstera, my mum had one when we lived in England,i was a little girl then. I had to have one i remember how beautiful it was, but don't remember ever seeing any fruit on it! I have only come to learn that it bare fruit Ha! | Clair Robertson - Ringwood East, VIC 27-Jun-2009

Monstera

I just found one in my garden backfence its farly bushy don`t know how it got there but sounds mouth watering A.KA. im only ten | Ruby Rose Vial - Newcastle, N.S.W 31-Jul-2009

Monstera

I'm excited I have 2 monstera's coming over the fence from my neighbor - it is covered in fruit. So I cut a 2 foot section off and stuck it in some dirt about 3 months ago. It has 4 fruit on it already!! | Sealady - Melbourne Beach, FL 02-Aug-2009

Monstera

Eat when ripe by using a fork to get the pieces out, this leaves most of the black pieces/prickles behind. | Pauline Chant - Cooroy, QLD 04-Aug-2009

Monstera

If you find seeds in your fruit, they are very easy to grow. Just place them on a piece of paper towel in a jar lid with a little water and they will shoot within a few days. Rinse them daily with clean water. | Pauline Chant - Cooroy, QLD 04-Aug-2009

Monstera

Monsterio delicios fruit is poisonous if consumed too early before ripened take caution before eating | James Mckenzie - Melbourne, VIC 30-Sep-2009

Monstera

Ive just had the fruit on my cheese plant mature after nearly a year. The plant itself is kept in my conservatory and I live in hertfordshire, England!! | Mrs P J Nightingale - Stevenage, HERTS 05-Nov-2009

Monstera

I've had 2 monstera in the ground for 2 years and a giant 1 in a pot in the fernery,they are well looked after, but still no fruit. which I haved loved since being a kid, what am I doing wrong, I cant wait till they fruit! | Miss K Jones - Wedderburn, VIC 14-Nov-2009

Monstera

Have several 1 in ground 3 in pots fruiting HOWEVER not sure which part to eat. Is it the Top browny bit or the enclosed lump below the top bit? Any help appriciated | Totihs Kcufho - Swan Hill, VIC 18-Jan-2010

Monstera

Are you still talking about the fruit? cause the fruit has a layer of skin that peels of first. We love hte fruit but the black bitey bits are a pain. | Mrs Watson - Port Macquarie, NSW 31-Mar-2010

Monstera

Have a monstera in part-shade/sun one planted next a old tree stump & pond & has done really well, has produced 5 fruit so far & had no idea at first what it was until I asked around. So looking forward tasting this strange fruit in a years time. | Charity - Serpentine, WA 06-Apr-2010

Monstera

Snap off fruit and place in a paper bag in a cupboard for a few days to hasten the ripening. When the scales fall off it"s ready to devour. Deelicious!! | John Hill - Wauchope, NSW 16-Apr-2010

Monstera

To eat, cut a mature fruit with an inch or two of stem, wrap it in gladwrap and hang it from the stem,wait till the scales fall away, starting at the stem end, falling off and ripening as it reaches the tip,it will be soft, and no pricles | Johannes Timmers - Brisbane, QLD 22-Apr-2010

Monstera

Don't eat too much of it in one go, in excess as it has a bit of a laxative effect! I live in the UK now but lived in Nambour, Sunshine Coast, QLD. | Diane Forth-eglon - Birmingham, Uk, W MID 07-May-2010

Monstera

I blended equal amounts of monstera fruit and banana and chilled in fridge. Firms into a tangy jelly-like desert. Yum! | Greg Mcfarlane - Freshwater, NSW 09-May-2010

Monstera

I roll my green fruit in newspaper till ripe, drop the fruit pieces in water and black particles will just rinse away. | Diny M Jansen - Childers, QLD 01-Jul-2010

Monstera

Monstera plants love banana skins, and whole bananas that have past eating my plant hasnt fruited yet but im looking forward to seeing fruit | Raquel Morris - Perth, WA 17-Dec-2010

Monstera

Hi i would like to know if the fruit on the monstera is poisonous as i have been told this is true...my plant is 33 years old and the size of a small car, it has fourteen fruit on it..and why dont the birds eat it if it is ok for us to eat. | Jacquie Mifsud - Melbourne, VIC 02-Feb-2011

Monstera

Careful of your plumbing...the roots seem to seek out pipes | Georgia Green - Brisbane, QLD 10-Feb-2011

Monstera

This year I have 4 fruit and didnt know they could be eaten. I discovered it as I was cutting a fruit that had been eaten by the Leopard slugs. The hexagon outer was coming off so I tasted the fruit. Lovely! | Deb Shilling - Ferntree Gully, VIC 16-Feb-2011

Monstera

You can pick your fruit whilst still green and roll in newspaper and stick it in the back of your fridge. Ultimately it ripens where the segments fall from the stem when you unroll the paper. I guarantee this method so give it a try. | Philippa Ring - Derby, WA 28-Feb-2011

Monstera

10yrs for plant to fruit, some fruit been on the plant 2yrs. I cut 2 oldest off and put one upright in in a glass of water covered in a paperbag, and the other upside down in a glass with no water. It took a week, but the second ready first. | Kaz - Sydney, NSW 03-Apr-2011

Monstera

My root piece fruited in 2 years - with 3 fruits and has 3 this year. Now about 3 meter high. I wait till segments fall then place upside down in glass and eat as segments come off. Never had touble with black prickles | R Walton - Ipswich, QLD 23-Jan-2012

Monstera

Grow in ground under tree canaopy let leaves etc from trees build up with plant as mulch,blood bone | Meg Opie - Alice Springs, NT 19-Feb-2012

Monstera

Excited first fruit today , grows under trees lots of leaf from above tree canopy live in alice springs,gave blood bone recently,leaves make bontanicle garden plants in s/a look pathetic tell husbands to stay away from garden clean up ,they like to clear | Meg Opie - Alice Springs, NT 19-Feb-2012

Monstera

Ag show this year with a few of our many fruit. Large size too. No fertilizer,no care,no explanation except it grows near natural spring. Natures best remedy for constipation. | Daniel - Bowraville, 2449 23-Feb-2012

Monstera

Cant be poisonous because sqirels and opossums love it. Sometimes we get a taste of the fruit when they leave a big one behind they cant carry away. | Joachim - Mexico City, DF 17-Mar-2012

Monstera

Use monster fruit in place of banana in a cake mix. Absolutely unbelievably deliciosa!!! | Megan Humphreys - Delan, QLD 09-Apr-2012

Monstera

Old plant in pot goes outdoors in summer has fruited successfully in Saanich, on Vancouver island | James Russell - Victoria, B.C. 29-Aug-2012

Monstera

No fruit, maybe your giving it to much water or the soil is to moist. My monstera grows in the shade and loves the heat. They are very hardy and do not require much water (love). The leaves can be cut back. They will require some water when transplanting. | Russell Sawbridge - Perth, WA 22-Nov-2012

Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree

Pick when the scale start to peel off. To eat, cut a 10-15mm thick slab across the fully ripe section, and nip segments between you teeth to pull away from core. This leaves leaves most of the irritating needles behind. | Ivan Howell - Julatten, QLD 25-Apr-2013

Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree

I have eaten dozens of monstera and dont get the prickles,when the fruit starts to swell at the bace I wrap it up in greese proof paper and then newspaper and leave for 2 days or longer thenopen carefully and remove only the loose segments and you will en | George Bain - Redcliffe, QLD 04-May-2013

Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree

I put the flesh in muffins. Yummy. Also good in oatmeal in the morning. It freezes well. I am going to try jam tomorrow. | Delia - Mooloolah Valley, QLD 09-Jun-2013

Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree

You can wash the ripe fruit pieces to get rid of the black sharp little pieces between the fruit sections - its easy ! | Gregory Lawler - Peats Ridge , NSW 20-Nov-2014
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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree 8/10

Eriad's Edible Fruits
Update: 1587 days 6hrs

Comments: -

Fruit tastes yummy.   The children love it.   It grows and looks after itself.

Planted: 2003

Growing: In the Ground

Sun/Shade: Low Sun

Water Given in: Summer

Pollination: No

When I Fertilise: Never

Organic Status:Organic


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Dekka's Edible Fruits
Update: 1965 days 13hrs

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Handling full sun after removal of large tree. Produces many delicious fruit that leave the mouth a little 'itchy'.


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Kathy2's Edible Fruits
Update: 1049 days 1hrs

Comments: -

This has been in my father-in-law's garden for 20 years and he never knew it was edible! He is not a gardener and has never done a thing for the plant so obviously monsteras can thrive on neglect. My partner is so excited to be eating them for the first time this season. He loves it.


When you do eat the fruit remember to wait til the plates fall off and don't get the nasty acid/spikey bits in your mouth cause they hurt! I think that I am particularly sensitive to the acid and it burns my mouth if I eat too much.


Planted: 1990

Height 3 metres

Qty: 1

Sun/Shade: Full Shade

Pollination: No


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree 10/10

Xhristofer's Edible Fruits
Update: 1276 days 7hrs

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First planted in semi-shade and didn't go well. Transplanted to full sun in winter and never looked back. Went from a single leaf of 30cm to a thriving plant with multiple leaves up to 1M and 21 fruit in 12 months. Taste is unbelievable.

Once the fruit's green outer covering starts to shed, remove the fruit from the plant. They ripen faster on the bench or in a dark cupboard, but ripen nicely though more slowly in the frig. Just be patient and dont pry off the small green plates covering outside of the fruit! If you do a world of hurt and discomfort awaits in the form of small prickles in your tongue. Let them fall off and the flesh go creamy opaque before you dive in.

Superb with vanilla icecream or simply refrigerate and enjoy.

Planted: 2008

Height 1.5 metres

Qty: 1

Fruit Harvest: 7 kilograms per Year

First Fruited: 3 Years from purchase in pot

Sun/Shade: Full Sun

Water Given in: Winter

Pollination: Self Pollination

When I Fertilise: Never


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree 8/10

Anthonymiceli1's Edible Fruits
Update: 1874 days 8hrs

Comments: - Grows well though slowly. %uFFFDIs also quite resistant to drought hardly ever gets watered under the trees in front garden, %uFFFDnot damaged by the cold. %uFFFDHave another one that has fruited.

Planted: 2008

Water Given in: Winter

Pest Control: not required


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree (Cutting) 7/10

Jo1's Edible Fruits
Update: 1917 days 23hrs

Comments: -

New this year in a pot and growing well. Gets treated just like everythign else in my garden, fertilize with the  same worm castings and chook poop and sugar cane mulch.

Growing: In a Pot

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun

Water Given in: Spring

Pollination: Self Pollination


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Chris4's Edible Fruits
Update: 1843 days 4hrs

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planted in shady area under palms. Growing slowly


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree (Cutting) 9/10

KenP's Edible Fruits
Update: 1560 days 24hrs

Comments: - easy to grow and the fruit is nice on occasion

Fruiting Months January, February, July, August, September, October, November, December

Planted: 2003

Height 5 metres

Growing: In the Ground

Qty: 10

Fruit Harvest: 5 kilograms per Year

First Fruited: 3 Years after I planted Cutting

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun

Water Given in: Summer

Pollination: No

When I Fertilise: Never

Pest Control: none


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree 8/10

Allybanana's Edible Fruits
Update: 1251 days 21hrs

Comments: - The fruit are tasty but tricky to eat, and they ripen mid winter, we have no problems with birds or fruit fly eating the fruit. This plant also fruits in partly shaded spots in the yard.

Planted: 1987

Height 3 metres

Growing: In the Ground

Qty: 6

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun

Water Given in: Summer

When I Fertilise: Never

Question: How do you eat them with out getting a prickly mouth?


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree 10/10

PhilippafromDerbyWA1's Edible Fruits
Update: 1205 days 10hrs

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This monstera is one of two that made the trip from Daleys NSW This one is out in the sun a little more growing up a woolybut tree and the other is planted beneath our largest tree a 30m Mahoganey tree deep in the understorey. They are both loving their spots and have produced several new leaves, They are still slow in growth as yet.

Planted: 2010

Growing: In the Ground

Qty: 2

Sun/Shade: Low Sun

Pollination: No

When I Fertilise: Yearly


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Kathyturner's Edible Fruits
Update: 1147 days 9hrs

Comments: -

It grows and fruits with no help at all. And prefers shady areas that other plants don't like.

Its fruit is delicious but because of the way it ripens it's not sold in shops - so ideal to grow.

It's huge leaves look great as it climbs up the shed wall.

Height 3 metres

Water Given in: Summer

Pollination: No

When I Fertilise: Never

Organic Status:Organic


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree (Cutting)

Rusticular's Edible Fruits
Update: 302 days 1hrs

Comments: - Lots of good fruit., not really a tree bit a vine or creeper. Leave in a paper bag as it ripens.

Planted: 2007

Growing: In the Ground

Qty: 2

Sun/Shade: Low Sun

Pollination: Self Pollination


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree (Cutting) 7/10

WildBuna's Edible Fruits
Update: 300 days 19hrs

Comments: -

I planted this in an area that was really way too sunny for it. But it has held on and come back even stronger as the area has become more covered. This was a favourite of mine as a child. I watered it only if it hadn't rained for a week or two or was really burning hot.

Growing: In the Ground

First Fruited: 1 Years from purchase in pot

Sun/Shade: Full Sun

Water Given in: Summer

Pollination: No

When I Fertilise: Never

Organic Status:Organic


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree (Seedling) 7/10

Alicia's Edible Fruits
Update: 259 days 1hrs

Comments: -

Beautiful foliage, it hasn't fruited yet but has grown like crazy, always looking for sun. We have it under the stairs. Just divided and hope new location for second plant will show us some fruit!

Planted: 2012

Height 1 metres

Growing: In the Ground

Sun/Shade: Full Shade

Water Given in: Spring

Pollination: No

When I Fertilise: Never

Pest Control:

None


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Wampa's Edible Fruits
Update: 120 days 21hrs


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree (Cutting) 8/10

Waterfall's Edible Fruits
Update: 49 days 5hrs

Comments: -

The plan is to grow this up the south side of the house, I have a large plank of wood bolted in place.

Height 1 metres

Growing: In a Pot

Water Given in: Winter

Pollination: Self Pollination


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Monstera - Fruit Salad Tree 10/10

Emma1's Edible Fruits
Update: 1571 days 22hrs

Comments: -

I love the fruit salad fruit except for the occasional prickle in the flesh. Delicious! Also a lovely tropical floiage bush with broad cheese-hole leaves. A must for that jungle look.

Height 50 Centimetres

Growing: In the Ground

Qty: 2

Sun/Shade: Full Shade

Water Given in: Summer

Pollination: No


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