Giant leaved aroid with glossy deep green leaves - one of the simplest and most beautilful of all. It slowly climbs on huge trees but it can be kept low and it will creep on the ground. It loves hot and wet conditions but it is adaptable to harsher, sunny seaside locations as well as indoors.
Variegated selection of "heartleaf philodendron", a popular climbing tropical aroid. Suitable as an indoor plant, in baskets or poles. The wild, green form is widespread in tropical America and it was formerly called Philodendron scandens.
Ornamental philodendron from Venezuela and NE Brazil. It is reminiscent of P. selloum but it is more compact and tidy, with thicker, stiffer leaves and show reddish spots on the leafstalks. Just like selloum,it wants high ligth
This climbing aroid has unreal, exotic, ornamental foliage. Each hearth-leaf is dull green, speckled with true shimmering silver. Its flexible stems creep, climb or hang, so it is perfect in hanging baskets. Scindapsus pictus 'Argyraeus' is a bit slower than the more common "pothos" vine, with golden streaks.
This is a new dwarf Philodendron. It is a selection or cross of the popular Philodendron bipinnatifidum, but 'Atom' will keep a compact growth and will stay much smaller, usually below 40 cm in height. It is good as a house plant, but it is also a cool-resistant plant for the tropical-looking garden.
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