Pot size: 10cm
Occasionally mistaken as Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma. The pertusa tends to have leaves that are larger than the Tetrasperma, with fenetrastations that might not fully break through. Easy to care for, fuss free plant. Give it a moss pole, and watch the leaves grow larger as the plant attach itself to the pole and reach for the sky.
Rhaphidophora pertusa V256
Light Conditions: Shade / Indirect light (No direct sun please)
Water: Allow 50% of the soil to dry out between waterings
Potting Media: Well-draining
Misting: The plant will enjoy misting once every 2 or 3 days.
Leaves may have some blemish. If you are particular about flawless leaves, do view this page on a computer. This allows you to zoom into the finer details, before purchasing.
All the plants are picked fresh out from our local greenhouse at Punggol. So you may find some soil or water marks on them. These can be easily removed with a plant shower/wet wipes.