Rhaphidophora tetrasperma

Several specimens to choose from at this price; all in deep, 4” pots. Happy to assist you with selecting a specific specimen, if you wish.

Contrary to the common name “mini monstera,” this species is not a true Monstera at all, but rather a distant cousin. As currently recognized by taxonomists, genus Monstera is only found in the Americas, whereas genus Rhaphidophora is only found in The Old World, from tropical Africa to the West Pacific.

Sun requirement: Indoor
Care instructions: Moist, well-draining, organic mix is ideal. Water thoroughly when top potting mix layer is dry, and allow water to fully drain and leach through the bottom of the pot. Do not allow water to collect in a saucer or tray and saturate the container mix at the base of the pot. Loves to be fed during the growing season. Performs well in average home relative humidity of 35-55%. Bright, indirect light preferred.

Public discussion (6)

Scplants

3 months ago

Do you still have the one in the second picture?

Corey’s Botanicals

3 months ago

Thank you for your inquiry! Unfortunately no, I’m in the process of selling that one today. I do have several others that aren’t pictured here; I’ll update the images in the morning and message you again to let you know. Thanks again!

Scplants

3 months ago

Thank you!!

Corey’s Botanicals

3 months ago

Hi Sc, posting has been updated - thanks!

Rue C

3 months ago

I had an excellent experience with Corey’s Botanical. I purchased his R. Tetrasperma and it came nicely packed for transportation. I will definitely purchase again from him and look forward to seeing all his future listings.

Corey’s Botanicals

3 months ago

Thank you, Rue!

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