A heck of a climber, and a quick change artist, too! This Philodendron has a very cool trick up it's spathe- It changes form as it grows. Starting out with heart shaped leaves in it's juvenile form, it can be easily confused with a micans philodendron. But as it starts to mature, those leaves start to develop individual lobes, and the plant begins looking distinctly different than as a juvenile.
A moss pole is a staple for this climber, and standard Philo care applies- Medium to Bright, Indirect light, and letting it's soil drying out nearly completely between waterings. Philos are heavy feeders, so fertilize regularly during the growing season.
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