Rhapidophora tetrasperma (Monstera Minima)
Though not actually a monstera at all rhapidophora tetrasperma is often called monstera minima (you can probably guess why!) and is actually quite similar to monstera in terms of care requirement. One of the "it" plants these days tetrasperma is a really fast grower given the right conditions, which are pretty easy to create! :) Love trailing, so it might be a good idea to get a moss pole!
Your plant comes in a 12 cm nursery pot and is approx 35 cm tall.
Light: Low-Medium. It loves as bright of a light as you can get, and even a bit of direct morning or evening sun is gonna do good! Lower light is tolerated, but it's not gonna grow as fast (in some cases it might be a good thing!:)
Min light - 100 FC, Good Growth - 400 FC
Water: Medium. Loves a good watering, and staying moist, especially in summer, however will tolerate drying out a bit. Use of a rule of knuckle (one knuckle deep is dry) in case of a doubt!
Pets: Toxic to cats and dogs.
See instructions on how to measure your light and properly water your plants in our FAQs Plant Care section!