Swiss Cheese 4" Pot
Swiss Cheese philodendron features medium-green oval leaves decorated with dramatic holes (reminiscent of a slice of Swiss cheese). It's a fast-growing houseplant that can climb 6 feet or more when it's happy.
Lighting: Grow swiss cheese just about anywhere in your house! It tolerates low light, but grows faster and becomes more dramatic in a bright spot. In most areas, it can take some direct sun on its leaves when grown in the house.
Watering: Water swiss cheese regularly -- enough to keep the soil from drying out. The plant is somewhat drought tolerant, so you don't need to worry about keeping up with the watering all the time.
Fertilization: Fertilize swiss cheese a few times in spring and summer to keep it happiest, especially if the leaves start to look light green or pale around the veins. You can fertilize it more regularly -- even weekly -- if you want more growth. Either way, use a houseplant fertilizer and adhere to the directions on the product packaging.