Monstera adansonii (Swiss cheese plant)
Light: bright indirect light .If direct sunlight is unavoidable, limit the exposure to just two to three hours of morning sun.
Climbing: A Swiss cheese plant will need some support if you want it to climb. In the wild, it uses air roots to push itself upward on an adjoining tree or woody vine. When growing it as a houseplant, you can simulate this by inserting a moss stick in the center of the pot. Otherwise the plant with sprawl and trail naturally.
water: Before you water a Swiss cheese plant, do the knuckle test—stick your finger up to the knuckle into the soil to see how wet or dry the soil is. If the soil is nearly dry, water it. Don't let the soil dry out entirely.