Philodendron bernardopazii 14"
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Philodendron bernardopazii is a large-growing, climbing, hemi-epiphytic Philodendron native to Brazil. It was originally considered a form of Philodendron 'Santa Leopoldina', and then was known by the name of Philodendron superbum until it settled on it's current nomenclature. Leaves get massive, and are glossy with white veins. In higher light the foliage will be more elongated, while in shade the leaves will grow wider. Specimen sized plants available.
Philodendron bernardopazii enjoys very bright indirect to partial direct sun exposure, a chunky, well-draining potting mix, moderate to high temps, and would thrive with some higher humidity. Likes to dry in-between waterings.
May not ever need to be repotted.
Toxic to pets.
14" nursery pots available.
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