This is a fast-growing easy epiphyte that climbs up trees using its aerial roots as anchors. The leaves are heart-shaped and have slits in the sides (fenestrated) similar the monstera deliciosa, although this is not part of the monstera family and neither a Philodendron.
This beautiful plant likes lots of indirect light with a little early morning direct sun, high humidity and likes moist fast-draining peat soil. Allow the topsoil to dry out before watering and a good shower now and again will clean the leaves which promotes healthy photosynthesis and helps prevents pests. Propagate by cuttings with node and/or aerial root and 1-2 leaves and rooted it in clean, soft water.
Prone to spider mites, yellowing/browning or dry edges of leaves due to inconsistent watering.
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