The variation of colors on the new leaves can range from white to cream to light green to dark green. This is a slow-growing philodendron but well worth the wait. Philodendron is the second largest genus in the Araceae family, commonly referred to as the Aroid family. The name is derived from Greek and means ‘tree-lover’, which refers to the typical growth habit of a philodendron, usually climbing a tree. They are sought after for the variety of leaf shapes and their leaves, when grown in the right conditions, can grow impressively large. Philodendrons make good houseplants as their epiphytic nature means they are adapted to a range of light conditions.
Light: bright shade / indirect sunlight
Water: Water deeply and thoroughly (till water seeps out of drainage hole) when the top few inches of the potting mix is dry
Medium: Well-draining soil. We recommend using our special blend Aroids Potting Mix.
Product photo shown is for reference only. Actual plant colour, type, size and arrangement may differ from photo. As no two plants are alike, do expect its natural variation from the photos. This product comes in a standard plastic nursery pot
* Terracotta pot in photo sold separately.
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