Elvira

Mini Monstera

grow-light Grow light
window-distance 15.0ft to light
window-orientation South
4.0" pot
pot-drainage Drainage
pot-type Terracotta
soil-type Regular
outdoor-plant Indoor
near-ac Near A/C unit
near-heater Near heater
🎂 Mar 30th
water@4x 51 Waters
snooze@4x 0 Snoozes
🔥 0x Streaks

Elvira should be watered every 12 days and was last watered on Friday Mar 24th.

#MiniMonstera Discussion

New plant mom, well orchid grannie and expanded to plants. This is my new green housemate, couldnt resist he looked so fluffy. Question the window is SW how far away from the window does he need to be? Uk not sunny 😒

Saw this beauty and had to grab her. Wasn’t expecting to find a mini Monstera at Walmart but sometimes you go in for something little and spot something great. My daughter got me the pot for Christmas and I was waiting for the right plant. I just love it! Brought it home… took it out of the self watering pot, put it in an airy, chunky soil mix and removed all the yellowing little leaves at the bottom. Popped in a pole since she has lots of aerial roots and she loooooks lovely πŸ₯° I named her mini because she’s stunning and fabulous like my daughter. It’s her β€œMini me” #HappyPlants #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #MiniMonstera #Monstera

New leaves on my rhaph. tetrasperma :) do they always grow baby leaves with fenestrations?

My favorite plant is super happy! I see another root peaking at me!πŸ–€ #HappyPlants #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #NewGrowth #RhaphidophoraTetrasperma

She’s growing so much

I put my mini monstera on a moss pole 11/29/23 and today I noticed an aerial root finally peaking! The feeling I had when I saw that root was almost (not quite as exciting but close) equivalent to when I held my oldest child for the first time almost 19 years ago. This is my first/only moss pole so far. #Acclimation #NewGrowth #HappyPlants #MossPole #TropicalPlants #MiniMonstera #RhaphidophoraTetrasperma #PlantsMakePeopleHappy

Is this something I should be worried about. It’s been on the leaves for a few weeks and seems to be getting worse.

Duke has been battling root rot lately as a result of parasites. A few weeks ago I removed all the infected parts but unfortunately today when I checked on him, the bottom part had started turning brown/black. I’ve removed that part now. I’m starting to worry I was too late catching it 😒 Does anyone know what else I could do? Thanks x

Unexpected variagation

black spots on monstera minima