Rhaphidophora tetrasperma is a unique plant from the Araceae family. The evergreen vining plant is native to Malaysia and Southern Thailand. Its leaves look like miniatures of another plant, Monstera deliciosa, which is why it’s commonly referred to as mini monstera. However, it’s an entirely different species, with much smaller leaves and no edible fruit.
The plant also goes by the names of Philodendron Piccolo and Ginny Philodendron.
It has small and dainty ornamental leaves with 6” split lobes. The splits look like windows in the leaf, but they remain small.
These vining plants use their aerial roots to climb trees or trellises. These aerial roots latch on to whatever they’re clambering up to stabilize them as they grow.PLANT CARE:
- Water when soil is dry.
- Place the plant in a spot with Bright, indirect light.
- Keep well ventilated
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