This Rhaphidophora is native to parts of Asia. It is a shingling grower, meaning the leaves grow directly off of the vine rather than growing with a defined stem. These ones stand out among other shingling Rhaphidophora as they have dark velvety leaves with shimmering veins! These will do best if given a flat surface to climb such as a board. For best growing results, these will also prefer warmer conditions.
These will do best if given a bright filtered light, though they can be very tolerant of low light conditions. You will want to avoid any sort of hard direct sun as this could potentially burn foliage. They can go slightly dry between watering, roughly 2"-3" from the top of the soil. When repotting, use a semi-coarse soil. These make excellent terrarium or mount plants!
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