Mexican Breadfruit

Mexican Breadfruit Photo
Indoor Plants
Health Rating
Latin Name
Monstera deliciosa


A Monstera plant that can grow to be 30 feet with large leaves that are heart shaped. The fruits, sometimes known as mexican breadfruit and monster fruit, are close to a foot long. The fruit of the monstera plant resembles an ear of corn, but green with hexagonal scales.

For Your Pet

All parts of the monstera plants are toxic to small animals including rabbits, chinchillas, and guinea pigs. Rabbits are known to actively seek out monstera plants, so keep your eye out. Symptoms may include choking, swelling and pain of the mouth and throat, and gastrointestinal issues.


Do not feed your pet any part of the monstera plant as it can cause serious illness and possible death.


If you believe that your pet has been poisoned immediately call your vet or one of the animal poison control hotlines on this list.