This rare Raphidophora decursiva has green leaves green and a palm tree looking stalk as a mature plant. This is rare climbing aroid. It’s in a similar subfamily of Araceae as Monstera, Scindapsus, Amydrium, and Epipremnum. Although rarely found in the wild they grow wild in China, India, and other Southeast Asia areas. This plant can exceed 50 feet in height in it’s natural environment. The blossoms of the Rhaphidophora Decursiva plant has a spadix with a yellowish spathe covering. The spadix is shrouded in a beauty yellow fruit blossoms, making it look a bit like an ear of corn. It will climb by developing aerial roots that attach to any sold surface. We’ve found this species does great indoors and can grow outdoors in warm humid areas with mild winters. It’s a hardy plant that is simple to take care of and makes a great, low-maintenance ans does not like direct afternoon sun. It’s any dreamers houseplant staple. Be one of the few rare aroid enthusiasts in the US to own a rare plant of this size.
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• Light: Good measure of filtered light
• Water: Let the plant get to a dry soil level in the middle of watering.
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