9/21/20 FIRST THREE SPECIMENS SOLD.
SUB-TIP CUTTINGS STILL AVAILABLE, ALL OF WHICH HAVE TWO BREAKING BUDS.
I have six specimens at this price: three tip cuttings (first three images listed) and three sub-tip cuttings (second three images). You may not find the sub-tips as immediately appealing, but note that they have two breaking buds each instead of the single growth point found on the tip cuttings. A nice benefit.
Contrary to the common name “mini monstera,” this species is not a true Monstera at all, but rather a distant cousin. As currently recognized by taxonomists, genus Monstera is only found in the Americas, whereas genus Rhaphidophora is only found in The Old World, from tropical Africa to the West Pacific.