Commonly known by the not-too-descriptive name of "Creeping Philodendron", it also goes by many other names including: Scindapsus decursiva, Monstera decursiva, Pothos decursiva, Philodendron decursiva, Rhaphidophoa affinis and Raphidiphora insignis. It features dark green, shiny leaves which show off deep, alternating fringes.
Water: Allow top 2 inches of soil to dry out in between thorough waterings. Always ensure excess water is able to drain away.
Light: Plenty of bright, indirect sunlight will help this beauty grow and shine! While it is able to handle lower levels of light, you may notice a sloe in growth. It is also able to handle ~ 2 hours of direct sunlight, but keep a close eye on the leaves to ensure they aren't burning.
Soil: A chunky, airy, well draining potting medium is best. A mix of peat, bark, perlite, and sphagnum moss is ideal.
Humidity: A lover of humidity. Mist often, or keep in a humid area.
Fertilizer: Fertilize once a month with a water soluble, houseplant fertilizer. Do not fertilize over winter months.
Tip: Provide this plant with a climbing pole or trellis to help it grow.