This horse-head philodendron is one of our favorites! It's not named after an Illinois zip code, but it did get its name from its accession number at Missouri Botanical Gardens, after originally thought to be a Philodendron Joepii. The leaf blades change shape as they mature and become more hourglass shaped overtime, growing over two feet in length! They prefer medium to bright indirect light and well draining, moist soil. Be sure to feed your 69686 with Worm Castings and Fish Fertilizer during the growing season!
Plants available are small, rooted plants in 4 inch and 6 inch pots. Please feel free to message us asking for photos of the plants, as they are constantly changing.
Don't just look at me, and move on... Buy me, you'll be very happy you did!
Just check out the big Philodendron 69686 in the picture- That plant is a fine example of what I can grow into in less than 6 months (it's now over 7 feet tall!). If we're not in stock, no problem! We can be ordered for you; just send a message and ask us about it, or wait patiently for it to arrive on it's own! (That doesn't always happen fast! We truly enjoy fulfilling customer requests, so ASK US, Please!!!)
*Many aroids will actually grow larger leaves, and at a faster rate (and remain happier and healthier in general), when given the opportunity to climb!* Shop Moss Poles in our catalog.