Unfortunately no right answers. So, Let me send some hints:
First, due to the degree of difficulty, the pics came in another direction, so it has to be: 1. very easy 2. medium 3. well done (pretty difficult).
pic w 13
Not easy to take a photo, but you (except greenhorn) notice the plant several times each day
pic s 26
everyone (almost everyone in the affluent society) knows the plant, most of us has or have had a specimen, but just a few of us or no one noticed their flowers or fruits.
pic m 17
specimens represent the largest leaves in Malta and have a wrong label in Anton Gds. Greenhorn was close with the family name but only with the name, not due to systematic aspects
(few minutes ago I had a cigarette and send to you the view from the window of my office... )
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Monstera (Cheese Plant) - but a very poor fruit indeed - very large leaves, but possibly Musa has larger leaves so would not be largest in Malta??
Epipremnum aureum - Mistakenly called philodendron, maybe even at San Anton - mature specimens also have very large leaves, I have never seen a fruit but it must be similar to Monstera, and the stem in the pic looks a LOT like a Epipremnum aureum stem.
Grrrrrr!!!! Especially no. 1!!!
I used to collect seeds of all sorts of nice trees and plants and plant them - about the names, I really never cared, when asked "whats that" I used to invent some rubbish hehhehhehee to make people happy, like what difference does it make to them what its called, you should hear the crap I used to make up.
Quite a nice interesting tree. There is one almost as soon as you enter san anton and a number of other specimens around the gardens.