Philodendron Bernardopazii is a stunning, rare plant native to Colombia. This plant is highly sought after by collectors for its unique, heart-shaped leaves and intricate patterns. In its natural habitat, Philodendron Bernardopazii grows as an epiphyte, clinging to trees and rocks in the humid forests of Colombia.
The leaves of Philodendron Bernardopazii are a standout feature, with a deep green color and intricate, variegated patterns. The heart-shaped leaves are heavily textured, with deep grooves and ridges running throughout. The leaves can reach up to 14 inches in length and 8 inches in width. Philodendron Bernardopazii does not produce flowers, but its stunning foliage more than makes up for it.
This plant has a climbing habit, showing off well staked to a moss pole or a trellis. It is an excellent choice for adding a pop of color and texture to any indoor space, and its rare status makes it a highly coveted addition to any plant collection.
💦 Water: Prefers consistently moist soil and regular watering. It is best to avoid letting the soil dry out completely between waterings.
☀️ Light: Bright, Indirect Light, but it can also tolerate lower light conditions. We recommend LED Full Spectrum Plant Light Strips, 2 foot
🪴 Potting: Prefers well-draining potting soil with plenty of organic matter. It is important to avoid using heavy, compacted soils that can trap moisture and cause root rot. We recommend our Potted Elephant Indoor potting mix (50/50 peat moss & pumice)
🌿 Habit: Climbing, can reach 5 to 8 feet as a houseplant