PHILODENDRON Split Leaf Ginny - 2.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
PHILODENDRON Split Leaf Ginny - 2.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
PHILODENDRON Split Leaf Ginny - 2.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
PHILODENDRON Split Leaf Ginny - 2.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
PHILODENDRON Split Leaf Ginny - 2.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
PHILODENDRON Split Leaf Ginny - 2.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
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PHILODENDRON Split Leaf Ginny - 2.5"

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This is one plant which goes by many names including: Rhaphidophora tetrasperma, Mini Split-Leaf, Mini-Monstera, or  Monstera Ginny (that's what ours came labeled as), this plant is actually neither a Philodendron or a Monstera!
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Water: Water once top 1 inch of potting medium is dry to touch. As always, allow excess water to drain. Water less in winter, 

Light: Thrives in bright, indirect sunlight. Can tolerate lower levels of light, but not enough light may lead to loss of colour. 

Soil: Use a well draining potting soil. A mix of peat, bark, sphagnum moss, and perlite is ideal. 

Humidity: Prefers higher humidity. Keep near humidifier, on a pebble tray, or mist often.

Fertilizer: Fertilize once a month through out growing season using a water soluble houseplant fertilizer.