Discover the rare, rambling, and climbing look-alike cousin of Monstera Deliciosa!
Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma (aka Minima Monstera) is adaptable to most indoor environments and can be trained to grow up a trellis--or encouraged to cascade over a shelf or hanging basket. This plant casts the look of a Monstera Deliciosa, but without overtaking the space as Deliciosas are wildly known for.
You can support this beauty with either a moss totem, a staircase to wrap around, a bookshelf to spill over, or really anywhere!
Large-leafed philodendron plants, including the monstera plants, are ranked one of NASA's most effective for reducing air pollution.
Light: Bright, Indirect Light. Be careful with the direct sun hitting the leaves for a long period of time as it could possibly turn yellow or burn.
Water: Water when the top inch of soil is dry. Water less frequently in the Winter.
Fertilize: You can support this beauty with either a moss totem, a staircase to wrap around, a bookshelf to spill over, or really anywhere! Feed 2-3 times a month during growing season Spring-Summer.
Pet Safety: This plant is toxic if ingested. Keep away from pets and small children. It may also cause skin irritation.