Rhaphidophora tetrasperma is often referred to as a Mini Monstera even though they are in a different genus entirely. This is a relatively small leafed climbing plant. It loves poles and makes a lovely foliar display. The mature leaves to feature fenestrations and unfurl from the previous leaf. They are easy to care for in household conditions. They need bright, indirect light or dappled sunlight if grown outside. Water when dry and never let them sit in a tray of water for an extended period of time. They can tolerate lower humidity but will thrive if maintained in a more humid environment.
Monstera adansonii has been a favorite houseplant for decades! This lovely vine features heart shaped leaves riddled with holes creating a stunning effect. This plant will reward you with larger leaves if provided with a trellis or moss pole to climb on but can also be stunning trailing from a hanging basket. They are easy to care for enjoying bring but indirect light. I like to water whenever the top of the soil starts to feel dry.
You will receive both plants in the photos (taken 5/30). Both plants are potted in their own 4" pot and will be shipped potted.