Rhaphidophora tetrasperma || 4" pot
Raphidophora tetrasperma. Mini monstera. In a 4" nursery pot. Photos show a few different batches.
Similar in appearance to the equally trendy Monstera deliciosa, hence its nickname of mini monstera, Rhaphidophora tetrasperma
Not only is this plant in the spotlight online, mini monstera also prefers to be kept in very bright (ideally filtered or indirect) light indoors. Just keep an eye out for scorching! They can grow quite large—the higher the humidity, the bigger the leaves—and fast! When watered once a week or so, and less in the winter, mini monstera will thrive and offer up plenty of leaf nodes for propagation. Keep steady drainage, and this plant will give your place Jungalow vibes.