These are grown from Tissue Culture.
Rhaphidophora as a genus is most widely known for its species tetrasperma. Rhaphidophoras are naturally epiphytic climbers & shinglers but grow well as houseplants in typical potting media!
~Do Not place in full sun. Though many Rhaphidophora can be acclimated to full sun, our Rhaphidophora have been grown under shaded, greenhouse conditions.
~Rhaphidophora are considerably hardy & tolerant of a wide range of growing conditions, but for the best growth it is recommended to provide higher levels of humidity.
~If trying to get Rhaphidophora to shingle, give them a moss pole or wood board to climb! Make sure to keep the pole or board saturated though so aerial roots can attach & actually climb!
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