Still no fruit, however I have palnted another half dozen underneath the limes lemons and limonquats - along with strawberries.
The monstera was one of my first plants as a child, that along with coleus and geraniums. I soon graduated to tomatoe seedlings, named chrysant and dhalia cuttings. Well I could sell these via some shops that my mother and grandmother owned.
How time passes - when I have planted monsteras for their fruit.
There has been a chaotic route to arrive at this idylic spot in life.
The fruit takes some 9 months to rippen, and as of yet I have not even seen glimpse of a flower. They say the fruit taste like Jackfruit, which is all well if you know jack,thankfully the internet is a place of resources and it also tastes like pineapple.
I did latin at school and deliciosa sounds pretty scrumptious, i'll be patient and wait. And i'll probably plant some more. I like the leaves for flower arrangements and the will give more shade for the strawberries.