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Philodendron Florida

$95.00

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. Plant in the photo is the one that is being offered for sale. It currently measures approx 9cm in height and width.

Philodendron squamiferum | red bristle

$39.95

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   in height and approx 20 cm in width. 

Thaumatophyllum spruceanum , formerly known as Philodendron goeldii

$75.00

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 burle marx CUTTING | imbe | new yorker

$49.95

DUE TO EXTENSIVE POSTAL DELAYS TO WA, NOT FOR SALE TO WA AS IT WILL BE ROTTEN WHEN IT ARRIVES, APOLOGIES.   PLEASE NOTE THERE MAY BE SOME SLIGHT YELLOWING TO SOME LEAVES OR PART THEREOF, THIS IS DUE TO IT BEING MIDDLE OF WINTER IN ADELAIDE, IT DOES NOT HARM POTENTIAL OF GROWTH. For sale is a an unrooted cutting with at least 2 nodes for you to propogate. IT IS NOT A PLANT BUT A CUTTING Burle Marx is an easy to grow, prehistoric looking, low growing variety of Philodendron well suited for interiorscapes, containers and tropical landscape...

Philodendron micans

$65.00

  Micans grows wild in regions of South  and Central America and are increasing in popularity die to their velvet textured and heart shaped foliage. In cooler weather than can develop a maroon tinge to their foliage that can also turn different shades of green. These are popular due to their vining habit, which looks stunning hanging down from a shelf.   Each plant measures approx 15cm in length from soil level.

Philodendron Camposportoanum

$95.00

  Philodendron camposportoanum is a small growing philo which has some unique abilities. When the plant is juvenile it will produce dark velvety small leaves. As it climbs the leaves change dramatically into a heart shape with long back lobes. As the plant grows even larger it starts to look more like a trilobed leaf philo. Another odd feature is the leaves can turn pink in bright light. It is a fantastic plant if allowed to climb, where  it can become a larger plant for tropical gardens or as a house plant with a totem. Each plant measures approx 20...

SMall Philodendron panduriforme-hard to find aroid

$59.95

The foliage on this species is stunning. Leathery leaf blades almost look as though they were cut with scissors. Philodendron panduriforme stays a reasonable size and is great in smaller collections. Each plant measures approx 6cm in height from soil level and approx 10cm in width.

Super advanced Philodendron stenolonum, Thaumtophyllum

$250.00

The plant in the photo is the one you are buying. Super advanced version of this plant, sith stunning woody stem.    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...

 

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