The Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma looks similar to a Monstera, but is a completely different genus of plant. As a climber, it will grow larger leaves if you give it a trellis, moss pole or bamboo stake to climb on. You can see from the inspo pic just how beautiful they can be! They really thrive in bright, indirect light but will tolerate medium light. Water when the top 2-3" of soil begin to feel dry.
Our current stock of Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma is in a 6" pot (does not include the bamboo hoop) or a 10" trellis.
They are considered slightly toxic if eaten.