The Philodendron pedatum is a beautiful plant with intricate, feather-like leaves that resemble a fern. It is native to the rainforests of Central and South America, specifically Brazil, and it thrives in warm, humid environments.
The leaves of the Philodendron pedatum are its most striking feature, with each leaf having multiple segments that branch off from the central stem, creating a feathery appearance. The leaves can reach up to 12 inches in length and have a dark green color. Although the Philodendron pedatum can produce small, white flowers in the right conditions, the plant is mainly grown for its foliage.
The Philodendron pedatum is a climbing plant and will benefit from a support structure such as a trellis or moss pole. It can also be grown as a trailing plant if left to its own devices. Overall, the Philodendron pedatum is a stunning plant that will add a touch of elegance and natural beauty to any space.
💦 Water: Water when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch, but be sure not to overwater as this can lead to root rot.
☀️ Light: Keep in a warm and humid environment with bright, indirect light. We recommend LED Full Spectrum Plant Light Strips, 2 foot
🪴 Potting: Prefers well-draining potting soil with plenty of organic matter mix that retains moisture but doesn't become waterlogged. A layer of peat moss can also be added to the top of the soil to help retain moisture. We recommend our Potted Elephant Indoor potting mix (50/50 peat moss & pumice)
🌿Habit: Vining - Climbing, trailing