Rhaphidophora Foraminifera

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The Rhaphidophora foraminifera is perfect for plant enthusiasts looking to add a one-of-a-kind specimen to their collection.

This extraordinary plant is prized for its unique, fenestrated leaves, with each one forming an intricate tapestry of holes and slits.

Rhaphidophora Foraminifera for Sale

Rhaphidophora foraminifera is rare, exotic gem of the plant world, now available in for only $39 with FREE shipping within the US

  • The photo is only for reference; you will get random plants similar to the photo with at least 2 leaves.
  • We will ship the best-conditioned and healthiest plants in our warehouse stock.
  • Free shipping within the continental US, excluding US territories
  • We need about 1–2 days to process and ship your order with USPS Priority Mail.

This plants also similiar to the monstera plants

Rhaphidophora Foraminifera Care Guide

This is our personal care guide with you, so you can enjoy watching your new plant thrive!

  1. Light: Rhaphidophora foraminifera loves bright, indirect light. Find a spot near an east or north-facing window where your plant can bask in the warm, dappled sunlight. Avoid placing it in direct sun, which can scorch the leaves.
  2. Water: This plant prefers to stay consistently moist, but not soggy. Water it thoroughly once the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. A well-draining pot and soil mix are essential to prevent root rot.
  3. Humidity: The Rhaphidophora foraminifera appreciates higher humidity levels, similar to its native tropical rainforest habitat. Boost humidity by placing a tray of water with pebbles nearby, or invest in a humidifier.
  4. Fertilizer: To keep your plant thriving, use a balanced liquid fertilizer diluted to half-strength every month during the growing season (spring and summer). Reduce feeding to once every two months in fall and winter.
  5. Pruning: The Rhaphidophora foraminifera is a fast-growing climber, so don’t be afraid to trim it back if it becomes unruly. This will encourage bushier growth and help maintain a manageable size.
  6. Support: Provide your plant with a moss pole, trellis, or another type of support to help it climb and showcase its stunning foliage.
  7. Repotting: As your Rhaphidophora foraminifera grows, you may need to repot it every 1-2 years to accommodate its expanding root system. Choose a pot that is one size larger than the current one and always use well-draining soil.
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