Common Questions About Monstera Ginny

Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma is among the most unusual plants and has many names. The plant is getting a lot of interest due to social media, even considering it's fairly new to the world of home gardening and plant lovers.

The tropical plant is simple and easy to care for making it a great plant for those who are just beginning to get started growing plants. You can easily buy Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma for your home through various online resources.

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PROPAGATION Mini Monstera's simple to propagate. It is just a matter of making sure you have the node in any cut you create. It's quite similar to the instructions written about the propagation of your pothos. Place the cut in the water in a glass, making sure that at least one of the nodes is submerged. which is the area where the roots will grow out from. 

The roots will begin to emerge in the coming weeks, and once they reach an average length of two inches, you are able to plant it in fresh soil. 

CONTAINER These plants dry very quickly, and I don't recommend hypertufa, terracotta, concrete, or any other type of clay that is not glazed. If you don't have the right pot, you can keep it in the plastic pot for nursery and then set it inside a pot. 

Yellowing: This is an easy issue to recognize. Mini Monstera's can turn become yellow when exposed to excessive sun and also when the water.