Common name: None

Native to: Central and South America

 

Philodendron is a large family consisting of both climbing and non-climbing species. Philodendron tweedianum has the unique characteristic of growing prostrate as a creeper, which is unlike the upright growth habit of other meconostigma Philodendron species and is better suited to gardens than indoors, unless you have large pots and a lot of space. They are typically used in underplantings as their natural habitat in rainforests means that they can withstand low light conditions. 

Philodendron tweedianum

Ksh500.00Price
  • Native / exotic: Exotic

    Aspect: Partial to full shade

    Flowers: Large, tight and curled with a large spadix growing out from the centre

    Fragrance: None

    Foliage: Evergreen, open clumping, spreading over ground

    Growth habit: Open clumping

    Hardiness: Hardy but not drought resistant

    Height: Up to 1.5 metres

    Spread: Up to 5 metres

    Soil requirements: Prefers moist well-drained soils. Keep well mulched

    Uses: Large structural planting in areas with a lot of space

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