Plant info - This is the true pinnatum! The tissue culture release a few years ago labeled the same has turned out to be Rhapidophora Decursiva. It looks almost nothing like the true epipreminum. An Australian native aroid found along the Queensland coast. These plants are very similar to the Monstera deliciosa. Like their Monstera cousins they have a climbing habit and in the wild they attach themselves to trees in an effort to find more light in the rainforest. These are somewhat slow growing and will develop larger leaves if allowed to climb.
Plant care - Easy care, they prefer moderate filtered light and water when soil is dry. Best of all they are very very hardy!
Growing in a 105 mm pot.
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Please note: Plants pictured are an average from the actual batch for sale. The plant you receive may vary slightly in size, colour, and shape.