The Philodendron Billietiae is native to Brazil, Guyana, and French Guiana. A relatively recent discovery in 1995, P. billietiae is known especially for its distinctive orange-yellow petioles and wavy, ridged leaf edges.
For the Philodendron Billietae, get a potting mix that is well-draining and well-aerated, such as an aroid mix. You can add some extra perlite to decrease root rot probability. Like most Philodendrons the Billietae variety thrives when watered moderately.
Ideally, water it once or twice a week on hot summer days. In terms of light - bright, filtered sunlight is best to avoid burning and yellowing of leaves. These guys grow best if kept in humidity levels of 50-60%.
(You will receive a bare rooted plant, similar to the ones seen in the images. Each living plant is unique and may vary slightly in size, colour or shape.