4" Philodendron panduriforme
Bright indirect light
Water when top 1-2" of soil is dry
Philodendron panduriforme is an interesting climbing Philodendron species. The foliage of this species closely resembles that of Philodendron 'Florida', except this species has slightly more pronounced lobes with small differences in the leaf shape.
Philodendron panduriforme loves to climb! To ensure that your plant grows nice mature leaves, allow it to climb a support structure like one of our coco poles!
Caring for your Philodendron panduriforme is fairly easy. This plant prefers a well draining soil that is rich in organic matter. Allow the soil to dry out almost completely between watering, taking care to not allow it to sit in excess water. Provide your plant with bright indirect light.
Philodendron is one of the most popular genuses of Aroid that are currently in cultivation, with over 450 named cultivars.
Philodendron vary greatly in their natural habits, but you will find a large number of them located in Latin America. Their leaves range from small to medium to large to gigantic! You'll find Philodendron with smooth, glossy foliage and some with velvety foliage!
If you allow Philodendron to climb, their foliage will usually get much larger the higher up they get. While this isn't true for all Philodendron species -- it is for most. We recommend a coco pole to really get your Philodendron growing!
For the most part, Philodendron are easy to care for.
The name Philodendron comes from the greek words "philo" (love or affection) and "dendron" (tree).