You will receive exact plant pictured in 4inch pot.
Growing in sphagnum moss media.
Ships in pot , from New Orleans, LA USA
Philodendron billietiae is a climbing plant with elongated leaves that can grow up to 5 feet long! It's native to the Amazon Basin in South America, specifically in Brazil, Guyana, and Suriname.
Philodendron billietiae is known for its distinctive orange-yellow petioles and wavy, ridged leaf edges. It's a relatively recent discovery, first found in 1981 in the lowland tropical rainforest in French Guiana by Freida Billiet.
Philodendron billietiae is generally easy to grow, but as with most tropical houseplants, it's common to run into a few problems along the way. It can thrive and reach its maximum maturity if watered about once every week with diluted fertilizer and exposed to bright filtered light.
To care for a Philodendron billietiae, you should:
Provide well-draining soil
Keep the soil moist by watering often
Provide the plant with bright indirect sunlight
Provide temperatures ranging from 65-80F
Provide humidity levels of at least 50%
Water when the top 2” of soil is dry (5cm)
Water when top of soil is dry shopupz inactive
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