Low- Bright Indirect Light
This plant will thrive and grow the strongest in bright indirect light but is flexible and will tolerate most lighting scenarios including lower light places.
Check top few inches of soil and water when those are dry.
This plant is not safe for pets.
The Rhaphidophora decursiva is a tropical climbing plant and given time and space can turn a room into your own private jungle. As a baby the leaves are whole, with growth they will split and develop gaps, a process called fenestration, so that a mature leaf will appear somewhat fan like. This exotic plant offers great reward for less effort than you might expect. It enjoys indirect light but can do well in dappled light circumstances as well. When the top inch or so of soil is dry the Decursiva is ready to be watered. Remember that this plant does not like wet soil and excess water should be allowed to drain; yellow leaves may mean waterlogged soil. This plant will greatly appreciate a moss or burlap pole to climb and help maintain the more humid environment it enjoys.
As it thrives it will climb and the leaves can achieve great sizes; a larger pot may be required for its continued progress. It loves to have some room to stretch out, should it become rootbound the new leaves will be smaller. Protip: Because of the large size of the leaves, it is beneficial to give them a wipe with a dry or damp cloth to remove dust that may have accumulated.