A 5" potted Philodendron Billietiae plant in our cream/white planter or cement planter.
If you’re looking for a houseplant with large, show-stopping leaves look no further than the majestic Philodendron Billietiae. This tropical houseplant is beloved among houseplant enthusiasts and collectors for its elongated, spade-shaped leaves.
How to care for your new Philodendron Billietiae plant:
SUNLIGHT: The Philodendron Billietiae does best in bright, indirect light. Small periods of direct sunlight, particularly in the morning and evening, are fine for this plant but avoid prolonged periods of harsh direct light which can burn the leaves.
WATER: The Philodendron Billietiae needs consistent moisture, but is also sensitive to overwatering. Allow the top one to two inches of soil to dry out between waterings. Keep in mind that the plant will need to be watered more frequently in spring and summer than in fall and winter, so be sure to adjust your watering schedule accordingly.
HUMIDITY/TEMPERATURE: Warm temperatures and plenty of humidity are required for this tropical houseplant. Keep it away from cold drafts or chilly windows.
TIPS: Since the Billietiae is a climbing plant, it also should be given support to climb such as a moss pole or trellis.
* Note: These plants are mildly toxic to pets when ingested.
* Note: Plants and planters may vary. The pictures shown are examples of the style.