Not sure how to care for mystery plant...........
I have a climbing plant that looks exactly like a heart leafed philodendren, except the leaves have slices in them. Maybe a monstera? The leaves had a iridesence to them when I rescued it, but have become rather dull. It isn't really doing much, the leaves are about 2 months and 4 inches apart on the rather long vine. It hangs in a filtered, bright light spot that my pothos thrives in and I've kept it just barely moist. Still not happy. Any ideas? Thanks!
I found two plants that vine that have holes in their leaves. Take a look here.
You mentioned that you rescued this plant. Maybe it was stressed out so much that it is finally showing the signs. Also, many people rescue plants and then fertilize them thinking that will help them to recover. That can actually stress them more. If you have fertilized and not repotted it, try putting it in the sink and letting the water run through to wash out some of the fertilizer and the salts it leaves behind. You might also want to change the watering to letting it dry out before watering again instead of keeping it barely moist.
Please let me know if this helps at all. Good luck,
Thanks Newt, I now know that I have a "Swiss Cheese Plant". I'll repot, let dry and hold off on the fertilizer. I'll let you know how it goes. Thanks for the identification help!
You're very welcome! I sure hope you have success with it.