Posted 3w ago by @jcPlantProper

Just sharing this GINORMOUS #Epipiremnumpinnatum at work. We propagate almost all of our plants and this is our mother plant ✨🌱🌱 these plants get deep fenestrations as they mature and wow! They love climbing as you can see #NewGrowth #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #HappyPlants #motherplant #Epipremnum #plantproper
how old is this one?? i wonder how long it takes for epipremnums to start fenestrating lol
@strawberrymoon we sell them and they are fenestrating. It really depends on the natural light you give them. We have some of both and it really changes.
@jcPlantProper oo i see !! i’m curious bc i do see the small baltic blues w fenestrations often but never one that size lol. honestly id love to support yall but im not from america πŸ₯²
@strawberrymoon yeah it really depends. That’s all k can say from my experience. Some places also have tissue culture and those usually don’t have holes! Super cool though
@jcPlantProper yess i really want to work at a nursery sometime!! it’d be a cool experience lol, maybe i’ll try signing up during the summer holidays
@jcPlantProper isn’t that part of the Monstera family? I think I have one similar here I just purchased about 2 weeks ago.
@jcPlantProper yeah how old is the mother plant. I would love to know. It’s stunning. πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ€©πŸ€©πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸŒ±πŸŒ±
@KikiGoldblatt Epipremnum family. That’s a Rhaphidophora tetresperma. I know I spelled that wrong πŸ˜…The mini monstera you have there
@jcPlantProper I can’t wait to see her grow. I didn’t pay attention to how you spelled it.
@KikiGoldblatt yep yours would love to attach to a wall or wood and climb
@jcPlantProper when you go to work as them how old that beauty is. I am just curious. It’s a stunning 🀩 πŸ₯°πŸ’šπŸŒ± plant.
@jcPlantProper yeah @sarahsalith told me and showed me hers. She was the reason I got one.
@KikiGoldblatt What's the best way to get one to start climbing a wall or moss pole?
@jcPlantProper where are you located? Sorry if that's an intrusive question!οΏΌ
@poisonivy213 if you have one that’s already trailing, it also most likely had some aerial roots which will be what attaches to help it climb. Just get some twine or nursery tape and gently lift the plant up and tie it! And I’m in Miami Florida!
@jcPlantProper do you ship to NY?
@poisonivy213 YEP. all of the US!

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