6" Rhaphidophora Korthalsii
Rhaphidophora Korthalsii is a shingling aroid native to Australia with leaves that will lay flat against the surface it is climbing.
Light: Bright indirect light
Water: Must be kept moist through spring and summer. Water about 3 times a week in warmer weather, allowing the top inch of soil to dry out between waterings to avoid root rot. Mist every few days during the growing season as well. Cut back on watering during the winter
Soil: Rich, well-draining, airy soil. A regular indoor houseplant soil heavily amended with peat moss
Fertilizer: fertilize sparingly at least 6 inches away from the base, tri-annually with a slow-time released product.
Temperature: Anything below or above 60 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit will stunt its growth and possibly kill it.
Humidity: They love humidity, 70% humidity is preferred, if the air is too dry the plant will not grow. Place near a humidifier or use a pebble tray with water to assist with this.
Maintenance: Yellow leaves signify overwatering.
Growth: Up to 2' tall