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Re: advice on a monsterous houseplant

> Thank you all for the advice.  It seems to me that monstera is just another
> aspidistra or snake plant but, of course, with a little more character.

So, it being the indestructible little monster that it is I think I will try a
few of the suggestions, all at the same time.  I'm going to play with this plant
and see what I can come up with.  I can't wait!

Stay tuned...



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