The Philodendron cordatum, or heart leafed philodendron, is a trailing plant native to Southeast Brazil. Often mistaken for pothos, this plant is epiphytic and has solid green heart shaped leaves that trail and grow long. The Philodendron cordatum pairs well with a hanging planter, or can be placed on a table or shelf. This plant can be propagated easily. Take a clipping, stick it in water, and watch it grow!
Prefers bright indirect light, but can tolerate medium and low light spaces.
Be sure to water your plant upon delivery. Water when the top 2″ – 3″ of the soil are dry, or just as the leaves begin to curl and droop. Allow soil to dry fully between waterings in the winter months.
Moderate. This plant appreciates an occasional misting!