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!
A bit rare to find for sale, this lovely vining plant has striking fenestrated leaves. It’s sometimes called the “Mini monstera plant” as it resembles its relative but in miniature. Evergreen and lush, this tropical is a great candidate as a houseplant. And if you live in a warm climate, you might coax it to grow outside, too!
Bright, indirect light is ideal for your Rhaphidophora tetrasperma. Its leaves are shaped in a way that makes the most of the ambient light in its area. While it can’t tolerate a lot of direct sunlight, bright but indirect lighting mimics what it naturally gets in the wild.