We want to make this clear - this plant is NOT a monstera at all! It resembles a cheese plant, but as you can see it bears a much catchier name pronounced rah-fid-oh-for-ah tet-rah-sperm-ah! Easy.
It's also not a philodendron, it belongs to the genus Rhaphidophora. It is at least an aroid, and has similar care specifications to both monstera and philodendron.
Great at climbing, it thrives when given a moss pole to cling to and will produce similar beautiful fenestrations as the cheese plant. Just call it mini cheese plant and we'll know what you're on about!
UK Grown right here in Sussex and sold in our environmentally-friendly, recycled pots made out of old computer parts.