Raphidophora tenuis silver baby size
This is baby plant, you can see the mature on next photo.
Raphidophora tenuis is a species of tropical climbing vine belonging to the family Araceae. It is commonly known as the “Mini Monstera” or “Narrow Form Monstera” due to its resemblance to Monstera deliciosa, a popular houseplant. However, Raphidophora tenuis is a distinct species and not actually a true Monstera.
Here are some key features of Raphidophora tenuis:
- Appearance: The leaves of Raphidophora tenuis are large, leathery, and deeply lobed, similar to Monstera leaves.
- Growth Habit: It is a climbing plant that uses aerial roots to attach itself to trees or other structures for support.
- Leaf Fenestrations: Raphidophora tenuis is known for its fenestrated leaves, which means the leaves have natural holes or splits.
- Native Habitat: Raphidophora tenuis is native to Southeast Asia, It thrives in tropical rainforests and prefers a warm and humid environment.
- Care: As a tropical plant, Raphidophora tenuis requires similar care to other aroids. It prefers bright, indirect light but can tolerate lower light conditions.
Raphidophora tenuis has gained popularity as a houseplant due to its unique foliage and resemblance to Monstera deliciosa. It can be grown indoors in containers or outdoors in tropical climates, provided it receives adequate light and care.
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