New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

Jungle FEVER

So many of the icons from the 1970s that we treated with casual disregard have come back to haunt us. Think macramé plant hangers, spider plants, bird’s-nest ferns, rubber trees and... monstera.

Tropical treasures!

never knew until a few days ago that the ubiquitous monstera –

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