Ah, this guy is my little propagation baby - and, might I add - an underrated plant. These guys are just about the easiest trailing plants you can own. Give them light and water them when the first inch of soil is dry, and they'll grow like mad. Though they don't need a ton of humidity, this one's been growing in a humid propagation box, which has lent to its rapid growth (and aerial roots).
Comes bare-root wrapped in sphagnum moss for safer and affordable shipping. When you receive this plant in the mail, I suggest unwrapping the saran wrap, and placing the plant (along with its moss) in a small pot to acclimate to your surroundings. Lightly mist with water if the moss is dry.
NOTE: My plants are often stored in high humidity. Store your plant in a high-light, humid environment to acclimate your plant to its new environment. The pot pictured is not included with the plant, but you can find this one or many other vintage pots and plant accessories in my shop!