Home Rhaphidophora Hayii
NOT CURRENTLY PERMITTED INTO WA. HOME OF HOUSEPLANTS IS CURRENTLY WORKING WITH BIOSECURITY WA TO HAVE THIS PLANT ASSESSED FOR INCLUSION IN THE WAOL DATABASE
This plant is a shingling aroid, native to tropical Asia. It is related to Monsteras and Philodendrons. It does best when grown against a totem or other like support to enable its leaves to shingle to achieve its full potential and become a striking houseplant. The shingles although starting small, can grow slightly larger than a 50c coin. Leaves are a very dark green.
This plant measures approx 5 to 8cm in length.
For WA, NT and Tas customers, an additional fee of $20 per plant is applicable due to the requirements associated with quarantine compliance, including chemical treatment. Separate and additional costs are also charged by respective Departments of Biosecurity in WA, Tas and NT to inspect these plants upon their arrival. For more information on this, please check out the information on the FAQ section on this website and/or contact us direct.