Philodendron Adansonii in 8-inch Revival Ceramics Round Two Planter
A large-size Philodendron adansonii, planted in an elegant, mid-century inspired ceramic planter with matching saucer. The 8-inch Round Two Planter by LBE Designs is one of our top-sellers here at The Fernseed. These timeless pots nest effortlessly into their corresponding glazed deep overflow saucer, making it easy to take care of your houseplants while protecting furniture.
This collection was inspired by the 1960's designs of Richard Lindh, and will last a lifetime.
Available for local delivery within ten miles of Tacoma, WA only. No delivery over the bridge at this time.
Philodendron adansoinii (also known as “Swiss cheese plant” or Philodendron Monstera Friedrichsthalii adansonii) are a rare treat to own, as they are one of the only plants found in the wild to naturally grow with such stunning holes in their leaves. Indigenous to Central and South America, Swiss cheese plants love humidity and bright, indirect light. Allow the soil to almost entirely dry out between waterings, as adansoinii are susceptible to fungus gnats and root rot if their soil stays too moist.
The 8-inch Round Two Planter is designed and produced by LBE Design, a San Diego-based pottery and home decor company. LBE Design prides themselves on three founding principles: a focus on sustainability, uncompromising quality, and timeless design. All of LBE Design’s ceramic wares are produced in environmentally sustainable facilities, and with socially responsible production practices.
We'll hand deliver your pre-potted plant within our 10-mile delivery radius in Tacoma.
(Sorry, no delivery via ferry or over the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.)
Please allow 8-10 days for handling and arranging of delivery.
External height of planter and saucer: 7.5”
External width of planter and saucer: 8.75”
The Philodendron adansonii plant adds about 4 inches of height above the top of the planter, and will continue to grow over the edges of the pot. We recommend using a medium-sized moss pole if you would like to have your Swiss cheese plant grow up, as opposed to down.