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Monstera minima, also known as Philodendron piccolo and Ginny philodendron, isn’t actually a monstera at all! While still a member of the aroid or Araceae family, Rhaphidophora tetrasperma is an entirely different species. It looks very similar to Monstera deliciosa, with its gorgeous heart-shaped, fenestrated leaves.

However, monstera minima is much smaller than its larger look-alike. Whereas the deliciosa can grow up to 8 feet tall indoors with 2-foot-long leaves, and will happily take over your space if you let it, monstera minima will top out at about 5 feet tall and will only spread a foot or two. You might find this a lot more manageable in a smaller space with lower ceilings!

This plant also behaves similarly to a monstera because it is a climbing, vining plant that grows in similar tropical conditions. This means that caring for a monstera minima will be no problem if you’ve cared for any other monstera before.

Monstera minima is native to the tropical rainforests of Malaysia and Thailand, so it prefers the light, heat, and humidity you’d find in the tropics. The better you can replicate those conditions indoors, the happier your monstera minima will be!
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