Philodendron Minima / Mini Monstera / Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma (RT) Philodendron Minima is a tropical houseplant. This specific variety is known for the slits in their green leaves. These mini monstera plants can grow surprisingly tall. Left unchecked, the climbing vines can reach a height of twelve feet. However, it’s fairly easy to keep these plants trimmed and manageable. Most growers keep their mini monsteras between 4 - 6 feet. Try not to place this plant in too much direct sun. Direct sun will be too harsh on your plant. Find a spot with bright indirect light with some consistent light shade and bright indirect light throughout the day. While it enjoys shade, it does not tolerate low-light conditions. Too little sunlight will cause leggy growth and small foliage. When it comes to watering, the Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma is a forgiving plant. While you should strive to keep the soil moist, it won’t uproot and wither from one or two missed drinks. The soil should be moist, but not wet. If there is sitting water, you’ve watered far too much. During the winter, these plants require less water with chilly temps.