Philodendron are a very diverse genus and the largest genus under the Aroid family. There are species that like to climb, trail, or creep along the ground. They are native to tropical regions all over the world and tend to grow under the canopies in rainforests. Philodendrons contain oxalates that can be irritating if ingested. Depending on the species, the leaves can have a variety of colors (white, pink, green, or bronze).

Philodendron 'Bipennifolium'

Also known as the Horse Head Philodendron, this plant appreciates bright, indirect light. If the leaves begin to turn yellow, that indicates that it needs more light. Even though this plant loves sun, be sure to not put it in direct sunlight. Water when the top half is dried out, and place in fast-draining soil. They like medium to high humidity, and to create more humidity, mist the leaves and trunk frequently.

Philodendron 'Bipennifolium'

Philodendron 'Birkin'

Known for its striking, white pinstripe foliage, this plant used to be hard to find, but now, they are a top household plant. Place in bright, indirect light, but for more pronounced pinstripes, place in an area that receives some direct sunlight. Water when the top 2 inches of soil are dry, but they are drought tolerant. For best results, use fast-draining, aerated soil.

Philodendron 'Birkin'

Philodendron ‘Brasil’

Can you guess why its name is Brasil? This distinct plant sports the colors of the Brazilian flag. This easy care plant grows quickly in a hanging basket or climbing up a totem. These are shade tolerant, but appreciate moderate indirect light. If you notice your leaves are turning green, place in a better lit space. To propagate, cut anywhere on the main stem and place in water. Once the roots have grown to 2 inches, place in soil and keep moist.

Philodendron ‘Brasil’

Philodendron “Congo Rojo”

One of the most common Philodendrons, this plants name comes from its dark burgundy tones on their immature leaves. Place in bright, indirect light and water when the top 2 inches of soil are dry. They are drought tolerant, but keep a consistent watering schedule. For best results, use fast-draining, aerated soil.

Philodendron “Congo Rojo”

Philodendron ‘Cordatum’

This classic, easy care houseplant can be found in almost every indoor garden. They grow quickly and look great in either a hanging basket or climbing up a totem. These are shade tolerant, but appreciate moderate indirect light. To propagate, cut anywhere on the main stem and place in water. Once the roots have grown to 2 inches, place in soil and keep moist.

Philodendron ‘Cordatum’

Philodendron 'Gloriosum'

From the first sight of this plant, you can tell how it got its name. Known for its large velvety foliage and white veining, this plant is very sought out by collectors. Place this plant in bright, indirect light and water regularly. Since the velvety leaves are vulnerable, check regularly for pests. Use well-draining soil and mist frequently to supplement the humidity. Alternatively, place this plant in a humid spot in your home, such as the bathroom or kitchen.

Philodendron 'Gloriosum'

Philodendron “Mccolley's Finale”

Similar to the Prince of Orange, these easy care houseplants produce a vibrant crimson tone on new leaves, and turn green as they mature. Place in bright, indirect light and water when the top 2 inches of soil are dry. They are drought tolerant, but keep a consistent watering schedule. For best results, use fast-draining, aerated soil.

Philodendron “Mccolley's Finale”

Philodendron ‘Micans’

If you're looking for a Philodendron thats colorful, velvety, and easy to care for, look no further. They grow quickly and look great in either a hanging basket or climbing up a totem. These are shade tolerant, but appreciate moderate indirect light. If notice your leaves are curled up, thats an indication that you need to water it. To propagate, cut anywhere on the main stem and place in water. Once the roots have grown to 2 inches, place in soil and keep moist.

Philodendron ‘Micans’

Philodendron Pedatum 'Florida'

One of our more rare plants, this Philodendron hybrid sports a distinct leaf shape thats add variety to your collection. This plant appreciates bright, indirect light. If the leaves begin to turn yellow, that indicates that it needs more light. Even though this plant loves sun, be sure to not put it in direct sunlight. Water when the top half is dried out, and place in fast-draining soil. They like medium to high humidity, and to create more humidity, mist the leaves and trunk frequently.

Philodendron Pedatum 'Florida'

Philodendron 'Squamiferum'

This plant is popular among collectors for its fuzzy, red petioles. This plant appreciates bright, indirect light. If the leaves begin to turn yellow, that indicates that it needs more light. Even though this plant loves sun, be sure to not put it in direct sunlight. Water when the top half is dried out, and place in fast-draining soil. They like medium to high humidity, and to create more humidity, mist the leaves and trunk frequently.

Philodendron 'Squamiferum'

Philodendron 'Tortum'

The first thing about this unique plant that will draw your attention are the heavily fenestrated leaves. Place this plant in bright, indirect light, but do not put in direct sunlight. Water when the top half is dried out, and place in fast-draining soil. They appreciate high humidity. When they need more humidity, the ends of the leaflets will turn brown. Create more humidity by misting the leaves and trunk frequently.

Philodendron 'Tortum'

Philodendron 'White Princess'

This rare Philodendron is popular for its ability to produce white sectoral variegation. They like bright, indirect light, but be careful not to place in direct sunlight or the white parts of your leaves will burn. This plant is more drought tolerant than most Philodendrons but try not to allow this plant to dry out completely. Use well-draining soil and place in a moderately humid room.

Philodendron 'White Princess'

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