Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma - Minni Monstera
This one is a must for the indoor plant collector. Neither a Philodendron or a Monstera, it is a member of the aroid family and is a native of Thailand and Malaysia. To get the best out of this plant, it is strongly suggest you grown this one with the support of a totem, and in warmer weather, can grow relatively quickly. A rare vining aroid, it likes to be placed in a warm, brightly lit spot with filtered or indirect sunlight. Be careful not to over water, only doing so when the top 2 -3 cm of soil is...
Rhaphidophora amplissimum | silver stripe | cutting only
For sale is a cutting approx with a stem of approx 20cm in length. Epipremnum amplissimum (also known as Pothos amplifolia and Rhaphidophora amplissimia) is a member of the Araceae family of plants and can be found in parts of Australia and New Guinea. This plant is a very rare find and grows in swampy areas of the open forest and rain forest. The leaves are long, narrow and green with hints of a bluish grey color. Any variegation can disappear as the leaf ages. Epipremnum amplissimum is an epiphytic vine that can grab and grow up other plants...
Rhaphidophora cryptantha cutting | shingling aroid
For sale is one cutting, which is approximately 15cm in length. This is an example only of the type of cutting you will receive. It will be wrapped in moist paper towell. Cryptantha are meandering and shingling aroids that can be grown as houseplants, or outdoors in sub tropical climates with no frost. They thrive in moist soils with good humous or organic matter, that is mixed with equal amounts of fine bark potting mix and coir potting mix to assist with drainage. These plants do best when they are trained to grow upwards along a iron bark totem,...