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Philodendron Mini Monstera

Philodendron Mini Monstera

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Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma, commonly known as the Mini Monstera or Philodendron Ginny, is a tropical vine with aerial roots that is easy to care for and will reward you with fast growth. Named for looking just like a Monstera Deliciosa or Split Leaf Philodendron at a miniature scale (these leaves won’t get bigger than 12”), they share many of the same traits and care requirements. This is your indoor-safe Monstera as  12" is quite sizable for an indoor environment.

- You will receive a Philodendron Mini Monstera

- Similar to the one shown in the pictures and will grow to match the mature demonstrations.

- Greenhouse grown.

- Shown in 4" pot. Will ship in pot. (Not shipped in exact pot)

Recommended care instructions -

Light - This evergreen prefers bright, indirect sunlight in temperatures that remain consistently between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Too much direct light in warmer months may burn the foliage. Still, set indoor plants outside at least once a year in direct sunlight to encourage lush growth.

Soil - When established in a container, it requires peat-based potting media. Outdoors, it is suitable for light sandy, medium loamy, and heavy clay soils with acid or neutral pH. Even so, it thrives most in well-drained, moderately moist soil.

Water - Give the plant regular waterings during the growing season every one to two weeks. Water until excess drains through drainage holes. Do not put the excess water back into the plant's container because the plant has taken all the water it needs. The soil will need to dry out slightly in between waterings. Water only occasionally in fall and winter. To increase humidity indoors, mist the foliage using a spray bottle of demineralised water or rainwater.

Fertiliser - If needed or desired, use a balanced liquid 20-20-20 fertiliser every few weeks during the growing season for indoor plants. Dilute 1/2 teaspoon of the fertiliser in a gallon of water. Use the diluted fertiliser in place of a regular watering. Pour the mixture into the soil until it begins to flow out of the drainage holes. Throw out the excess diluted fertiliser because the plant has taken what it needs and cannot use the extra that it drains off.

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