Philodendron hederaceum 'brasil'
Lovely vining form of the philodendron family with green leaves that have brush stroke of yellow through the centre to form a stunning contrast of variegation. Highly sough after plants these are stunning to train either up a totem pole or left to hang down from a pot placed upon shelf. These plants are small and measure approx 15cm in width and 8cm in height but will grow fast.
Pink Princess Philodendron
This one is in demand for its gorgeous splashes of pink on a dark green back ground. Each plant is approx 10 cm in height from soil level and 27cm in width. Each plant has very small splashes of pink on it. The plant will be shipped bare rooted, wrapped in paper towel, surrounded in bubble wrap and taped securely within a large postage tube to minimise movement during transit. Please note that some damage can occur during transit on occasions, despite my best efforts to package our plants ready for travel.
Gorgeous large love heart shaped leaves when mature that can reach well over 30cm in diameter with lighter white coloured veins, this one is highly recommended for the beginner. Will clump as it matures. This one is not a velvet variety but has shiny leaves that are similar in texture to an elephant ear Alocasia. This one likes a good level of light so be sure to keep it in a brightly lit spot. Each plant measures approx 10cm in height from soil level and has one leaf as per photo.
Philodendron Prince of Orange
Philodendron ‘Prince of Orange” is a hybrid, with a light green to yellow foliage. Unlike other philodendrons that are climbers, this one is self heading, which means the large leaves grow from the centre base. The older leaves (which can reach lengths of close to 40 cm when mature) eventually fall away, making room for newer growth to take their place. Prince of Orange leaves start out a bright copper like colour, but change to a shade of green as they mature. Each plant measure approx 25cm in height and 35 cm in width. The plant will be shipped bare...
Philodendron gloriosum | velvet philodendron
Emerald green leaves with a velvet texture, these are at the easier end in terms of difficulty to grow. Each plant has one leaf only. Each plant measures approx 15cm in height from soil level and 13cm in diameter.Current stock of plants have between one and two leaves per plant.
Philodendron Micans - Hederaceum
Bronze and velvet leafed, a lovely one for those looking for some texture. Originating from the South Americas and certain parts of the Carribean. As it matures, the leaves increase in size but tend to lose the velvet touch. Relatively easy to grow compared to other members of the philodendron family with velvet leaves. Each plant measures approx 12 to 15 cm in height. The plant will be shipped bare rooted, wrapped in sphagnum moss (except WA), surrounded in bubble wrap and taped securely within a large postage tube to minimise movement during transit. Please note that some damage can...
Philodendron Mamei is a truly spectacular aroid, it has mottled green leaves with silver grey markings. When mature, leaves can reach up to 70cm in diameter in tropical FNQ. Unlikely to come close to this is southern states but nonetheless, a lovely member of the philodendron family. Likes open well drained soils, moist but not wet, so a good free draining potting mix is a must. Each plant measures approx 10 cm in height and 10cm in width.
Thaumatophyllum stenolobum -formerly known as Philodendron stenolobum
Formely known as Philodendron stenolobum, a reclassification from botanists just over 12 months ago, places this into a new genus category, Thaumatophyllum. Self heading plant, deep spearhead shaped deep green leaves to 1m, semi shade This plant has long wavy narrow leaves that average 60cm to 90cm in length and can be approximately 30cm wide if grown. This plant is generally known to collectors as a self header and is thought by some not to be a climber. This plant is sometimes incorrectly sold as P. willamsii in the plant trade and was thought by some to be a narrow leaf form of P. williamsii. These species are not one...
Philodendron white princess
This hybrid is somewhat similar to the highly sought after philodendron white knight but is self heading. White princess has striking ornamental foliage which is deep green with random splashes of pure white, variegated patterns. Suited to free draining, moist soils or potting media in filtered light. Tolerant of poor light conditions and very sensitive to frost. Each plant is small, measuring approx 15cm in diameter and 5cm in height.
Lovely compact plant with dark green foliage that has a number of stunning white/yellow contrasting thin stripes. These are a new release hybrid philodendron on the Australian market. Each plant measures approx 12 to 15cm in height and 12 to 15cm in width.
Philodendron Hastatum Silver Sword
A hard to find member of the philodendron family with silver or metallic looking foliage, that has a sheen to the foliage that makes this specimen a real stunner. The foliage on the Philodendron Hastatum (Silver Sword) is a pale metallic grey when juvenile, that transforms as it matures to a deeper blue in colour. This is a very hardy grower, so as with most philodendrons, prefers to be supported by a totem or pole. A good hardy option on the easier end of difficulty. Each plant measures approx 20 cm in height. The plant will be shipped bare rooted,...
Philodendron Painted Lady
This one is for the collectors. A rare variegated aroid, the foliage has a stunning yellow background with mottled green or brown markings throughout which are subtle. A slow grower but worth the wait. Each plant measures approximately between 15cm and 12cm in width.
Philodendron florida is a hybrid between Philodendron squamiferum and Philodendron pedatum. This one is a climber so it will really do well if you provide it with a totem pole to encourage leaves to mature. Each plant measures cm in height and cm in width.
Philodendron squamiferum is a rare species from tropical rain forests in South America. It has attractive, evergreen foliage with long red bristled petioles that are soft to touch. Suited to free draining, moist potting mix and situated in filtered light. Water when soil feels dry or plant starts to droop. Each plant measures approx 20 cm to 25cm in height and approx 15 cm in width. Please note totem pole is not included.
Philodendron bipennifolium | Horsehead Philodendron
Large, 46cm in length when mature foliage, that displays shiny, olive green, leathery leaves in the shape of a violin or a horse's head. Whether growing up tree trunks or potted totem poles, fiddle leaf philodendron provides neat, evergreen, glossy foliage with a tropical appeal. The stems are an attractive light brown with long tendrils. This one is great for beginners and is very vigorous. Does best when provided with a totem to support its upward, vining growth habit. Each plant measures approx 30cm in diameter and 30 to 40cm
Thaumatophyllum spruceanum , formerly known as Philodendron goeldii
This self heading plant, formerly of the philodendron genus and now known to belong to the recently established new Thaumatophyllum genus, produces clusters of leaves that form in a spiral or wheel fashion at the end or tip of each stem. These specimens are a lovely and luscious size, measuring approx 42cm in height and 46cm in width. This is a very robust plant and excellent for the beginner wanting to try something a little unusual.
Philodendron martianum -Flask philodendron
Limited release, these are lovely, self heading and highly unusual members of the philodendron family. Each plant measures approx 30cm in height and 50cm in width. Famous for their bulbous, fleshy petioles, these self heading philodendrons make excellent pot specimens indoors. These plants are also know as flask philodenrons. The leaves are lanced shaped.
Philodendron Little Apple | Philodendron xiao ping guo
A compact habit with petite, glossy, dark green leaves. Perfect in a decorative pot for the home or office. Maintenance: Prefers well drained soil positioned with plenty of bright, indirect light.Liquid feed during the warmer months. Water when soil feels dry or plant starts to droop. Keep soil most but not wet, watering more in summer and less in winter. Each plant measures approx 13 to 15 cm in height and 12cm in diameter.