Rhaphidophora Decursiva is a very cool plant with very similar traits to the Rhaphidaphora Tetrasperma- Same growth habits, same light and watering needs, etc. As this plant ages, it also develops a familiar characteristic- fenestrations in the leaves. Must be provided a climbing pole to really perform well, and kept in medium, indirect light. Soil should be a chunky, well-draining aroid mix with plenty of bark or coarse perlite. Water when dry.
Plants are currently in 4 or 5 inch pots, and ready to climb! Don't forget our Moss Poles!