Philodendron

Philodendron Jose Buono – (Care and Propagation #!1 HACKS)

Another climbing Philodendron with stunning green-and-cream leaves is the Philodendron Jose Buono. Like most Philodendrons, the Jose Buono is easy to grow, but is a slower-grower than most! Care-wise, a healthy Philodendron Jose Buono needs well-draining soil and regular, deep watering. It needs >6 hours of bright, indirect light a day, prefers temperatures between 55-80 […]

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philodendron caramel marble top view of variegated philodendron with yellow and green marbled leaves

Philodendron Caramel Marble – (Complete #1 Care & Propagation Guide!)

If you’re looking for to SPLURGE on an easy-to-grow variegated plant, check out the Philodendron Caramel Marble. It is a relatively compact (growing up to 2 feet (61cm)), upright-growing Philodendron with beautiful wavy-edge leaves. Leaves are marbled in green, yellow, caramel brown and – if you’re lucky – pink hues. 🙂 Care-wise, make sure you

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side view of philodendron ring of fire with wavy edges and cream variegation on its lon green leaves

Philodendron Ring of Fire – (CARE HACKS for this sought-after houseplant!)

The rare Philodendron Ring Of Fire is a SIGHT to behold, with its jagged-edged leaves in hues of orange (thus the “fire”), green, white, red, cream, and yellow. 🙂 Like many other Philodendrons, the Ring Of Fire is not a difficult plant to grow, though it is a slow-grower and has a small size (just

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a small potted philodendron whipple way with plenty of long point leaves growing from a central thick stem. leaves are variegated at the top and uniformly green at the bottom

Philodendron Whipple Way – (Growing #1 Guide & TIPS for this Rare plant!)

The Philodendron Whipple Way is a rare, tropical vine that is a sport Philodendron Domesticum. It has long leaves that grow from a thick central stem. Leaves often boast different shades of green and white striations… and more unusual and expensive versions even have delightful pink specks or variegation! Getting your hands on a Philodendron

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holding up a philodendron bonifaziae, a tropical houseplant that has long, succulent-like leaves

Caring for your Philodendron Bonifaziae

The Philodendron Bonifaziae is a rare little guy from the Philodendron family. 🙂 While most Bonifaziaes are sold in small starter pots, when mature this Philodendron can grow up to 10 feet (3 meters) long. It is known for its long, narrow leaves held atop short, succulent-like petioles (leaf stalks). Care-wise, the Philodendron Bonifaziae is

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topview of the philodendron snowdrift with wavy leaf edges and yellow, white and green leaves

Philodendron Snowdrift (Complete #1 Care & Propagation Guide!)

Alas, the Philodendron Snowdrift is one of the more unique varieties in the Philodendron genus. 🙂 It is a foliage plant that is grown for variegated leaves… but this variegation is very variable, and differs from plant to plant. We’ve seen Snowdrifts with white variegation (thus the name), and others with a more yellow or

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topview of a small potted Philodendron Ruizii variegated

Philodendron Ruizii (Complete Care + Propagation Guide!)

The Philodendron Ruizii has short stems and long leaves that grow in a “birds nest” formation from the center of the plant. It is a relatively uncommon Philodendron, and has semi-succulent properties that means that it can withstand dry spells and drier air than most others. Its adaptable nature makes it a good choice for

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hand holding a small potted philodendron melanoneuron, a elongated heart-shaped philodendron with deep green ridges

Philodendron Melanoneuron (Complete Growing Guide!)

The Philodendron Melanoneuron is an underrated and unusual tropical Philodendron. Truth be told, we don’t think the Philodendron Melanoneuron is the most eye-catching Philodendron there is. But what it lacks in drama it makes up for in elegance. We fell in love with the symmetrical, prominent ridges on its leaves…. and its pink roots! 🙂

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a small potted philodendron giganteum variegata with large, green and cream marbled leaves sitting on a table with a hand reaching out

Philodendron Giganteum Variegata (#1 Growing Guide for this LARGE Philo!)

Another extremely easy-to-grow Philodendron is the Philodendron Giganteum Variegata. It has large, elephant ear-shaped leaves with green and cream variegation. 🙂 Under optimal care conditions, leaves can grow up to 3 feet long (91cm), but typically won’t reach this size when grown indoors. Care-wise, they are undemanding and require much of the same care as

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a small potted philodendron warscewiczii, a houseplant in a small black pot

Philodendron Warscewiczii (Growing + Propagation Guide!)

Today we’ll be talking about growing an exotic Philodendron, the Philodendron Warscewiczii (pronounced “vark-zeh-wik-ZEE-eye”). It is sometimes known as Snowflake Philodendron owing to the shape of its leaves. 🙂 They also have much thicker stems than many other Philos. Though its name is certainly a mouthful (!!), caring for this Philodendron is very, very easy.

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