Rhaphidophora tetrasperma is usually more commonly known as Monstera minima, Dwarf Monstera or Philodendron Ginny. Although it belongs to the same plant family (Aracae) as Monstera and Phildendron, it is actually neither of these. Glossy green leaves with deeply cut out margins give the plant a look that is similar to a Swiss Cheese Plant. Its smaller compact size makes it a popular choice.
Rhaphidophora are climbers and can be trained up a mosspole or frame for support. Small plants can be left hanging or trailing from a hanging basket or shelf for an alternative look.
Monstera minima is easy to care for but prefers things warm and humid.
Getting leggy? Your plant may be striving for more light. Move to a brighter spot and trim back thin growth.
Sideways look? Dwarf Monstera like to grow sideways but can be trained to grow vertically using a frame or mosspole.
Monstera minima are native to tropical regions but will do fine in UK homes. They do best with the slightly higher humidity of bathrooms and kitchens.
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