Despite looking like a monstera, this plant is not! In fact it's part of a totally different genus - Rhaphidophora. It's showy leaves are a great addition to any indoor space and it is good for all levels of growers, especially beginners, as it has a strong will to live!
Light: Does best in bright, filtered light. Indoors, moderate direct sun is fine.
Water: Likes to stay pretty moist, at least during growing season. Encourage growth with regular waterings and not leaving it too dry for too long. More sensitive to overwatering if anything. I typically water when the potting medium is dried down 1-2" and I don't let the root ball dry out. In the winter, you can cut down watering.
Pets: No. Toxic to pets and children.
Botanical name: Rhaphidophora tetrasperma
Common name: Mini Monstera
Plants in picture will not be exact plant.