A terrestrial creeping sp. of Philodendron native to Ecuador and Peru. Philodendron plowmanii is known for it’s juvenile foliage, which is speckled with silver markings. Another characteristic of this sp. is the distinctly winged, and wavy petioles. When mature, leaves are able to reach huge sizes.
Philodendron plowmanii enjoys a chunky, well-draining soil, bright indirect-partial/dappled brief direct sun exposure, temps between 60-85 degrees, and humidity levels ideally between 60-80%.
May require grow lights in the winter months if window lighting is not optimal. Allow the pot to thoroughly dry in between waterings.
May need to be repotted every 1-2 years during the growing season.
This plant is toxic to pets.
*We have several of these plants this size for sale, so obviously the plant you receive may not look exactly like the one pictured*