Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma - (Monstera Minima)
This plant is sometimes compared with our beloved Monstera Deliciosa. Its fenestrations (natural holes in the leaves) are more irregular, making this species a little quirkier. Most people call it Monstera Minima but it’s not actually part of the Monstera family - it’s a Rhapidophora.
Unlike the Monstera Deliciosa, you can see the natural holes in the leaves even at early stages of growth.
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