Rhaphidophora tetrasperma, sometimes called 'Mini Monstera', may resemble a Monstera, but is in a completely separate genus. This fast-growing aroid with interesting shaped leaves loves to climb, but can also be left to cascade- leaves may be smaller when cascading though.
Water when the soil is dry 1/3 of the way down in warmer months, 2/3 of the way down in cooler months. Leaves will start to look slightly limp when the plant is ready for water.
Bright indirect light is best, will tolerate medium indirect light. Avoid direct sun.
In the wild, this plant climbs the trunks of trees. Providing a moss pole or redwood/cedar board for it to climb will help encourage the more mature leaf form.
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