Swiss Cheese Plant Care Tips
About Swiss Cheese Plant
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Please note that: All parts of the plant contain calcium oxalate crystals. This substance is high toxic. However, calcium oxalate is easily broken down either by thoroughly cooking the plant or by fully drying it and, in either of these states, it is safe to eat the plant.
People with a tendency to rheumatism, arthritis, gout, kidney stones and hyperacidity should take especial caution if including this plant in their diet.
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Why We Love Swiss Cheese Plant
Swiss Cheese Plants are also great for beginners looking to start their first plant collection. It’s low-maintenance and is guaranteed to make a grand impression on your guests.
The large, dramatic leaves are also really good at trapping dust and dirt, keeping them out of the air and away from your surfaces.
Swiss Cheese Plant Story
However, it is more commonly known as the Swiss Cheese Plant thanks to the holes in the leaves that resemble the famous cheese from Switzerland.
Is Swiss Cheese Plant The Right Plant For Me?
Remember that it can grow up to two metres tall and its leaves can reach as big as 90 centimetres, so make room!
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