This fast growing, fenestrated plant is similar in appearance to Monsterra delicosa. Rather than producing tall shoots, this plant remains small, and vines out.
Monsterra minima loves a bright, sunny spot where it can spread out. Aside from that, it is easy to care for and propagate. Water when soil is slightly dry. These plants like to be repotted often, probably in the spring. But you don’t need to put it in a much bigger container—just something a few centimeters bigger than the current container will suit.