1850

A climbing philodendron with velvet heart shaped leaves when young. It features a beautiful red tinge under the juvenile foliage. Foliage will turn glossy and corrugated on maturity.

As this philodendron naturally grow as forest understory plants where they receive dappled, indirect light. In terms of soil a well-draining but moist potting medium is best and even better if high in organic material. 

These tropical plants require regular watering in order to grow well. As a general rule, you should water your philodendron once the top 2 to 3 inches of soil has dried out. Philodendron Lupinum grow well in standard household temperature and humidity levels. However, they grow best in above-average humidity where possible.

(Please note you will receive the plant similar to the ones in the images provided sent bare-rooted.)

Philodendron ‘Lupinum’
1850

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