Rhaphidophora Decursiva also known as "Creeping Philodendron," it is not a monstera or philodendron but part of the Araceae family that grows wild.
The habitat of the plant is Southeast Asia, China, and India. However, luckily it has found its way into many homes, even yours. The leaves have broad leaflets that change shape as it matures.
Rhaphidophora Decursiva is a species of flowering plant in the family Araceae. It is native to China, the Indian Subcontinent, and Indochina. If you plan to use it as a houseplant, it will grow smaller at about five feet tall.
Rhafido Decursiva is a hardy plant and easy to care for with low maintenance. The flower looks stubborn and has a yellow covering that looks like corn.
Rhaphidophora Decursiva Juvenile is low maintenance. But, it needs special care as a tropical plant. You will find that the plant does not enjoy cold weather and is happy in a room with normal temperature.
Botanical nomenclature: Rhaphidophora decursiva Common Name: Creeping Philodendron Family: Araceae