Rhaphidophora hayi is a climbing plant of the family Araceae. It is native to Queensland and New Guinea.
An unusual aroid from Asia with oval dark green foliage. Unlike most species, the Hayi's leaves do not morph into something larger as it matures. Instead it grows leaves maybe as large as 5 inches and as small as 1/2 inch that will shingle up anything it can climb making a dramatic effect.
Prefer bright shade to shade sunlight. Keep its soil to be well-draining and water when the 1 inch top of the soil is dry.