Rhaphidophora // tetrasperma

Commonly called: mini Monstera, ginny philodendron, mini split-leaf

At first glance, you might think that the mini monstera is quite literally a young Monstera plant. Not actually a Monstera or Philodendron, the mini Monstera is native to Southern Thailand and Malaysia, rather than Central and South America where you can find its doppelgängers growing.  

This plant has come into popularity recently because it is quick to grow and can be found trailing up walls or around a post.

Bright, filtered light, and can handle some direct sun. 

Prefers high humidity and moist soil. Regular small amounts of water is ideal, but be careful not to drown the plant.

Care level
These plants needs little care

Not safe for cats and dogs

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