2' LONG- PHILODENDRON RHAPHIDOPHORA TETRASPERMA 6" Grower Pot
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. But it’s an entirely different plant which is greatly popular and very rare! Tetrasperma prefer BRIGHT INDIRECT LIGHT
LOCATION & LIGHT:
This plant will do best in a bright location with indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight because it can scorch the delicate leaves. Eastern exposure windows often provide a good amount of light for this plant.
Consistent and even moisture is key for growing these plants. They like even moisture at all times, but they can’t tolerate soggy, muddy soil conditions. It’s best to test with a fingertip to see if the soil still feels moist before watering. If it does, then leave the pot alone for now and check again the next day. Water lightly when needed to keep that even moisture level.
Plants and pots sold separately!