Split Leaf Philodendron

Split Leaf Philodendron


Family: Araceae

The Split Leaf Philodendron, often mistaken for the Swiss Cheese Plant, has big, glossy, leathery heart-shaped leaves that, as the plant matures, split from the leaf edge to the center vein. A Split Leaf Philodendron grows rapidly indoors, especially if the humidity is high, and often has leaves that are as large as 3ft long and 2ft wide. When grown as a houseplant, it takes about 15-20 years for a Split Leaf Philodendron plant to produce flowers. 

Approximately 31" in height

Care Tips:

  • Prefers bright diffused sunlight, do not expose to direct sun
  • Keep soil moist; water thoroughly when soil is dry to touch, draining excess water
  • Place in a warm location, avoiding excessive hot and cold areas

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