Philodendron Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma, Mini Monstera 6 inch plant

Philodendron Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma - 6" pot

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Regular price $42.00

Loves bright indirect light, keep out of direct sun which will burn the leaves. Keep the soil moist. Very easy plant to care for, the leaves will stay relatively the same size (unlike Monsteras which can become monstrous!) which makes this a great plant for small spaces. It does like to climb so it's perfect for vining up a moss pole. 

Philodendron Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma comes in a 6" plastic growers pot, plant height is approximately 8" tall from the base of the pot.

Care Level: Easy / Beginners
Lighting : Bright, indirect sunlight
Water: Every 2 weeks
Pets: NOT pet friendly

Monstera Overview

So here's the deets. The Monstera, a Swiss Cheese plant, is one of nature's coolest. It's native to Central America and the Brazilian rain forest and famous for its large leaves and natural leaf-holes. These lacy holes and notches in the leaves aren't just unusual, but also pretty useful in nature. They make sure it's resistant to storms; the rain and wind simply blows through the leaves. The name Monstera literally means “delicious monster", probably due to the fact that in the wild, it bears incredibly rich fruit that tastes like a combination of strawberries, passion fruit, mango, and pineapple. It's also ideal if you prefer low-maintenance house plants. It’s quite resilient, and would survive if you forget to water it every once in a while. Something we guarantee you will do.

Customer Reviews

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Sarah Wong
Great tips and instructions on caring for my new plants!

I went to the website first and saw the prices were very good with great selection and sales. At the store, the staff were patient and answered all my plant care questions. There were plant care instruction cards with the plants too. My plants are doing well! Highly recommended!

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