Rhaphidophora Hayi "Shingle Plant" 6 inch pot

Also known as the Shingle Plant because of the way it climbs.  Its foliage tends to grow flat against the support it's growing up.  

Since it is a climber, it does best with a support, such as a board or pole, to climb up---a flat surface will show of its "shingle" look best.

Slow growing and often difficult to find in commercial garden centers, it is related to monsteras and philodendrons.

Grows best in bright filtered light.  Allow the top 2 inches or so to dry before watering---keeping the soil too wet will cause root rot.


In a 6" grower pot.  Apprixmately 14" tall.