8" HANGING BASKET RHAPHIDOPHORA TETRASPERMA
It’s sometimes called the “Mini monstera plant” as it resembles its relative but in miniature. The split leaves of Rhaphidophora tetrasperma are quite reminiscent of one of its cousins, Monstera deliciosa. Tetrasperma prefer BRIGHT INDIRECT LIGHT
LOCATION & LIGHT:
This plant will do best in a bright location with indirect light. Place directly in front of an east/noth facing window, or a couple of feet back from a west/south facing window.
Consistent and even moisture is key for growing these plants. Water when the top 2 inches of soil feel dry. Water thoroughly, saturating the entire pot of soil and allow the excess water to drain off.
Plants and pots sold separately!