Philodendron goeldii (rec. Thaumatophyllum spruceanum)

Philodendron Goeldii (M)


Philodendron Goeldii is a climber with large leaves that split and multiply as it grows. These long fingered leaves will grow upwards and begin to spiral over time. Recently reclassified as a 'tree philodendron' rec. Thaumatophyllum spruceanum, this plant will shed its lower leaves and grow a trunk becoming a tree - a beautiful and fascinating plant.


Provide bright indirect sun light and allowing soil to dry between watering when indoors or outdoors in warmer climates. In colder climates bring indoors during colder months and reduce the water intake but maintain moisture with misting. Supply nutrients with fertilizer during warmer months to help keep the plant healthy and upright.

growth CARE LEVEL Medium
water WATER Moderate water, allow soil to
dry between watering
sun LIGHT Indirect Light
size PLANT SIZE Grows to 1.5m

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