Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma is a hard to find aroid hailing from Southeast Asia + on many plant wishlists🌿! They're often called 'Monstera Minima' due to similar fenestrations as Monstera Deliciosa, yet the two species are not related. The leaves get more fenestrations as they mature.
Unlike Monsteras, Rhaphidophoras stay fairly compact, making them excellent choices for smaller spaces. These fast growing aroids thrive in bright indirect light + are wonderful candidates to train on a moss pole or a wall due to their climbing habit.
A shop favorite, these babes sell out quickly💚
☀️ medium - bright indirect light
💦 water when top 2" of soil is dry