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Ecuador Philodendron (Philodendron verrucosum)

Ecuador Philodendron (Philodendron verrucosum)

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4" Pot Size
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Ecuador Philodendron (Philodendron verrucosum)
Philodendrons are known for their ability to clean the air, grow under low light and tolerate the indoor environment with ease. The rare Ecuador Philodendron does this with style! Its spectacular deep emerald-green leaves with golden ribbing make this climber a great container plant. Native to the lowland jungles of Ecuador, it creeps along the forest floor as a small leaved vine until it runs into a tree and then begins to climb where the leaves increase in size up to a foot an a half in length. Grown best in low-to-medium light, this easy-to-grow foliage plant brings greenery to any indoor space.
Hardiness Zone 9, 10
Sun Requirement Partial Sun, Shade
Grows to 2-3'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 60
Plant Type Easy Grower
  1. unique, easy philodendron Review by Amanda
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    I fell in love with this plant so I had to go get it. Everything about it's beauty is true! This is definitely not your grocery store variety. I drove three hours to get this plant and Logee's did not disappoint. In fact, walking into the greenhouses is like vacationing in the tropics. I want to lay a blanket down under the giant monstera and others coming right out of the ground and stay a while. Back to the was sold on a stake so I potted them with a tall stake. I've had them a few months and already the newest leaves are twice as long. I am going back this week and may not be able to restrain myself from bringing home another! (Posted on 6/22/2015)