The Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma or more commonly known as mini monstera features leaves which are deep green and are fenestrated (split) just like the leaves on a monstera delisiosa hence the nickname “mini monstera”.

These beauties can grow upwards of 12 feet long! This is a very fast growing, climbing plant so giving it a moss pole will make it happy!

Place in bright, indirect light. An eastern or western facing window is best. Be sure to not place it in direct sunlight since it will burn the plant’s leaves.

Water when the top 1-2 inches of soil are dry. This plant is in the aroid family, so a coarse potting mixture is best. Use a mixture of potting soil, perlite and orchid bark.