Dragon’s Tail (Rhaphidophora decursiva)
A slower growing plant than its counterpart (Rhaphidophora tetrasperma or mini monstera) the dragon’s tail is a showstopper, nonetheless. With large glossy deeply lobed leaves this impressive climber will need some space to grow. If given a totem, wall, or tree to climb the leaves of the dragon’s tail plant will get larger, longer, and more fenestrated over time (develop natural holes in the leaves) almost making them looked fringed.
Aspect Dragon’s tail prefer a bright to medium indirect light inside or on a patio.
Soil Use Seasol Indoor Potting Mix a premium potting mix especially formulated for indoor plants.
Growing Dragon’s tail plants look amazing all year round, but growth will slow during winter.