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The Ultimate Guide on Philodendron Melanochrysum

The Philodendron melanochrysum is a beautiful tropical plant. It doesn’t get the credit it deserves. Or the attention it deserves. The dark green (almost black) crystalline leaves show off a bright yellow vein. The yellow vein traces its’ way through the leaf to form a unique pattern. The crystalline appearance on the leaves resemble specks …

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Philodendron Micans #1 Best Care Hacks

Philodendron Micans are the perfect small space plant. Native to the Caribbean and Mexico, these plants have velvety, heart-shaped leaves. The leaves never grow more than three inches wide and the nodes are deeply packed to make it easy to propagate. Occasionally, you will see the Philodendron Micans with other names such as Velvet Leaf …

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Philodendron Verrucosum – Best Care Hacks

Philodendron verrucosum is a colorful Philodendron with velvety leaves. It is a hemiepiphyte that starts its life as a seed growing in the canopy of trees and  is eventually reaching the soil with its roots. A hemiepiphyte is a plant that grows at least for a part of its lifecycle as an epiphyte. Epiphytes are …

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Aglaonema Pictum Tricolor – Camouflage Plant Care

(Photo By Seth Woodworth via StockPholio.net) Aglaonema pictum tricolor or Chinese Evergreen Tricolor is a slow-growing sub-tropical shrub and the variegated form of the more common Aglaonema pictum species. It is often referred to as the camouflage plant because of its pattern. Araceae is the family where the Aglaonema genus belongs to according to the …

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Philodendron Pastazanum Care – Simple Steps To Success

Philodendron pastazanum is a very rare and extremely beautiful heartshaped Philodendron. People often refer to it as the “my Pasta” on Social Media. It originates from Ecuador from a state called Pastaza where it was collected in the 70’s. This plant is a crawler meaning that the main stem or rhizome is growing vertically and …

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