Philodendron
Philodendron
Philodendron
Philodendron
Philodendron
Philodendron
Philodendron
Philodendron
  • Philodendron 4" Black Cardinal
  • Philodendron 6" Black Cardinal
  • Philodendron 6" Lemon Lime
  • Philodendron 4" Monstera adansonii
  • Philodendron 10" Monstera deliciosa
  • Philodendron 8" Moonlight
  • Philodendron 6" McColley's Finale
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Philodendron are a very diverse group of house plants. With a wide variety colour and leaf shape they are one of the easiest house plants to care for! 

Grow in a well lit, bright location for best growing results. The more sun the better for these plants as they will reward you with larger leaves and brighter colours. 

Exposure: Bright indirect light

Growing Season: Spring through Fall 

Water Requirements: Average to moist 

 Pot not exactly as illustrated. Grown in a plastic grower pot.



Philodendron Black Cardinal

This variety has dark foliage that starts dark red and matures to almost black. 

Philodendron Lemon Lime

This variety has chartreuse, elongated leaves and grows vertically eventually needing support of either a moss pole or staking. Keep out of direct sun as it will burn the delicate foliage.

Philodendron Monstera adansonii

This variety is also known as the swiss cheese vine. Great for hanging baskets or for larger leaves allow to climb on a moss pole. The more sun these plants are allowed to get the more holes their leave will produce. 

Philodendron Monstera deliciosa

This variety is the most commonly known philodendron. The large leaves with the fenestration are what make these plants so popular. Their rapid growth gives even the most beginner house plant owner confidence. The more sun these plants get the larger the leaves and the more splits you will be rewarded with. 

Philodendron Moonlight

This variety is so striking with the florescent lime leaves that emerge and then darken to an emerald green. It is quite fitting of the name moonlight as the new leaves glow! Pair with Prince of Orange and Black cardinal for a trio of similar growing plants for a unique colour combo. 

Philodendron McColley's Finale

This variety has similar colouring to Prince of Orange but with rounder leaves. The new leaves are a blood orange colour which then change to green over time.