Monstera deliciosa, commonly called split-leaf philodendron, is native to Central America. It is a climbing, evergreen vine that is perhaps most noted for its large perforated leaves on thick stems and its long cord-like aerial roots. Indoor plants rarely flower and fruit.
Common Names: Monstera, split-leaf philodendron
USDA Hardiness Zone: 10-12 (Though I have my own evidence that it is much hardier than this)
Life Cycle: Evergreen
Classification: Tropical, Houseplant
Mature Height: 65 Feet in Native Habitat, 8 Feet as a houseplant,
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade