Rhaphidophora 'Cryptantha' (Shingle Plant)

$33.95 USD
  • 4" Pot

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  • Introducing the Shingle Plant, a rare evergreen treasure hailing from the tropical landscapes of Papua New Guinea. Initially cultivated in the Lae Botanic Garden, its native habitat is a source of botanical intrigue, with conflicting reports pointing to Southeast Asia and African tropics. Regardless, this plant is a coveted gem in high demand among collectors. Its shingling climbing habits and captivating foliage are the epitome of its allure – adorned with beautiful, heart-shaped, velvety green or dark green leaves, featuring silvery green markings along the veins. As it grows, the leaves elegantly press or lie flat on the climbing surface, mimicking roofing shingles, a unique characteristic setting it apart from typical climbers.

    Plant Care:

    • Light: Thrives in bright, indirect light; can tolerate partial shade.
    • Soil: Well-draining soil with added organic matter.
    • Humidity: Prefers higher humidity levels; mist occasionally.
    • Temperature: Ideally between 70-85°F (21-29°C).
    • Water: Keep soil consistently moist; do not let it dry out completely.

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