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Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma (Kokedama Mini Monstera) House Plant Foli8 Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma (Kokedama Mini Monstera) House Plant Closeup Mini Monstera in coconut look pot Kokedama hanging planter and rope Kokedama Planter with trailing rhaphidophora tetrasperma leaf Kokedama style Mini Monstera

Kokedama style Mini Monstera

Kokedama Rhaphidophora tetrasperma

("raf-id-oh-FOR-ah tet-rah-SPER-mah")

£36.00
Hanging

Our Kokedama style Mini Monstera, also known as Kokedama Rhaphidophora tetrasperma, makes a beautiful hanging plant for your home or as a gift. 

Despite its close resemblance to both Monstera deliciosa and Monstera adansonii (which is the reason for its common names), this plant is not actually a Monstera. It is from a related genus with a far less easy-to-pronounce scientific name, Raphidophora.

Rhaphidophora tetrasperma grows very much like Monsteras, Philodendrons and Epipremnum and can be cared for in much the same way.

Very young plants don't have the distinctive cut-outs in the leaves that older plants have, but these soon develop and give the plant its very distinctive, Mini Monstera look, which is shown off beautifully in our kokedama-style hanging planter.

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Additional Information

Pets & Children

Like all aroids, the sap may be irritating if it gets into the mouth or throat

Country of Origin

Thailand and Malaysia

Habitat Conditions

These are plants from the warm humid jungles of Malaysia and Thailand, so require warm conditions. They are surprisingly tolerant of quite dry conditions, so are well suited to most locations in the house except bright unheated conservatories.

Plant Care

Light

Avoid direct sunlight, but otherwise tolerant of a wide range of light conditions

Watering

This plant does best in most, but not wet, soil. It will cope with drying out occasionally.

Pruning

The plant can be pruned to maintain shape and encoure more bushy growth - cut back individual vines to a bud. Cuttings can be rooted to produce a new plant

Feeding

A weak solution of fertilizer should be added to the water at every watering

Pest & Diseases

Be on the lookout for mealybugs and two-spotted spider mites, both of which should be physically removed when seen. Significant infestrations of mealybugs or their egg masses should be removed by cutting off the affected parts of the plant (likely to be near the tips of the vines).
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