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Philodendron Billietiae Care – Step By Step To Success

There’s no special story or history behind the vine climber Philodendron billietiae. There doesn’t need to be. This Philodendron is special on its own. This interesting plant needs bright indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Wait for a few inches of the soil to dry before you water this plant. Caring for a Philodendron billietiae is …

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Philodendron “Prince of Orange” Care Made Easy

(image credits, IG: plantsofkelsey)   Philodendron “Prince of Orange” is a stunning thing of beauty in the world of philodendrons. It belongs to the large Araceae family of tropical forest dwellers. But this specific exotic plant is a hybrid that you won’t find in a natural environment. Tropical gardeners who grow Philodendron “Prince of Orange” all …

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Philodendron Nangaritense – Fail-Safe Care

(image credits, IG: the.greenbubble) Have you heard of a garden ornamental being grown for its petioles more than anything else? Well, Philodendron nangaritense is that plant. It is a very rare neotropical perennial species that is native to a valley near the Rio Nangaritza in southern Ecuador. Philodendron nangaritense has green heart-shaped leaves that are …

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Philodendron Martianum – #1 Care Hacks

By now you know that my favourite part of the outdoor garden is north east side where I have my aroid grove. A monstrous specimen of Swiss Cheese Plant creeps up the house. A canopy of Anthurium Plowmanii sits atop the garden wall. An elephant-eared giant philo grows against the north wall. Several other varieties huddle …

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Philodendron Esmeraldense Care Explained in Great Detail

Philodendron Esmeraldense is part of the vast genus known as Philodendron. This plant is a Broadleaf Philodendron famous for its foliage and is native to Lita, Ecuador. The plant’s first known introduction was done by the Botanist named Dr. Tom Croat in the year 2008. This plant is named Esmeraldense because it occurs in Esmeraldas. …

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