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Medium Philodendron Hederaceum- $39.00
(price includes costly shipping & package fees)
  • Low to indirect bright light
  • Water every 10-14 days
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Details About This Plant:

Our greenhouse is proud to house the Philodendron hederaceum, a flowering beauty that belongs to the Araceae family. Our medium size Hederaceum grows to about eight inches tall and half a foot wide, give or take, however, all plants will differ slightly when fully grown. This beauty is native to Central America as well as the Caribbean, so it loves humid environments of at least 60 Fahrenheit degrees or higher. Our customers love the Philodendrons twisting vines that can either work as a hanging plant or be manipulated to crawl upwards on any wall. Other names for the Hederaceum include Heart-Leaf Philodendron. See how the plant will look in your home by using your phone on our website paired with the new AR tool we’re offering. Not only that, we also ship nationwide!

Hederaceum Benefits

When considering a Philodendron hederaceum purchase, you may be wondering if it has any particular benefits. Even if you weren't, we're gonna tell you anyway. One of the greatest things about this beauty is its air purifying ability. More specifically, it removes chemicals like formaldehyde from the area around it. Other benefits of this plant include its versatility. The Hederaceum can also adjust to tolerate a range of lighting and water conditions due to its darker leaves which allow it to absorb maximum resources.

Tree Lover

The word Philodendron is Greek, with the first part ‘philo’ meaning ‘love’, and the last part ‘dendron’ meaning ‘tree’, or ‘tree lover’ all together. This was probably decided because of how much this plant loves to climb up trees by creeping its vines slowly around their trunks when in its natural jungle habitat

Mistaken Identity

Sometimes this plant is miscategorized as the Philodendron scandens, Philodendron oxycardium, or the Pothos hederaceus, because of how similar the vines and leaves appear. When making the distinction however, the Philodendron hederaceum differences are in its leaf texture and shape. The Hederaceum has thinner leaves with a smooth, almost matte looking texture, while Pothos leaves are thicker, glossy, and bumpier.

Spread the Love

Commonly, the Philodendron hederaceum can grow fast and out of control. If you see your plant reaching unmanageable sizes, you can always propagate it. The process is easy, just take a pair of scissors and cut the part you want by the stem. Make sure to include at least one node so it can sprout leaves. A node is like a blemish in the plant where the leaf has detached. It’s small and round and looks like a little bud. Once you’ve done that, you can place your detached baby in a glass container with clean water. After a few days of sitting in the son, roos should star to appear. Once this has happened, you can re-pot in soil.
Medium Philodendron Hederaceum- $39.00
(price includes costly shipping & package fees)
  • Low to indirect bright light
  • Water every 10-14 days
Learn more ▾
STEP 1: PICK A FANCY POT!
made from fine ceramic, plant will arrived fully potted.

Original Plastic Growers Pot
(No Charge)

Morton- White Ceramic
+$28.00

(free re-potting)



Hazel- Green Ceramic
+$28.00

(free re-potting)



Sampton- Grey Ceramic
+$28.00

(free re-potting)



Bridge- Yellow Ceramic
+$28.00

(free re-potting)



Pearl- Black Ceramic
+$28.00

(free re-potting)



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Details About This Plant:

Our greenhouse is proud to house the Philodendron hederaceum, a flowering beauty that belongs to the Araceae family. Our medium size Hederaceum grows to about eight inches tall and half a foot wide, give or take, however, all plants will differ slightly when fully grown. This beauty is native to Central America as well as the Caribbean, so it loves humid environments of at least 60 Fahrenheit degrees or higher. Our customers love the Philodendrons twisting vines that can either work as a hanging plant or be manipulated to crawl upwards on any wall. Other names for the Hederaceum include Heart-Leaf Philodendron. See how the plant will look in your home by using your phone on our website paired with the new AR tool we’re offering. Not only that, we also ship nationwide!

Hederaceum Benefits

When considering a Philodendron hederaceum purchase, you may be wondering if it has any particular benefits. Even if you weren't, we're gonna tell you anyway. One of the greatest things about this beauty is its air purifying ability. More specifically, it removes chemicals like formaldehyde from the area around it. Other benefits of this plant include its versatility. The Hederaceum can also adjust to tolerate a range of lighting and water conditions due to its darker leaves which allow it to absorb maximum resources.

Tree Lover

The word Philodendron is Greek, with the first part ‘philo’ meaning ‘love’, and the last part ‘dendron’ meaning ‘tree’, or ‘tree lover’ all together. This was probably decided because of how much this plant loves to climb up trees by creeping its vines slowly around their trunks when in its natural jungle habitat

Mistaken Identity

Sometimes this plant is miscategorized as the Philodendron scandens, Philodendron oxycardium, or the Pothos hederaceus, because of how similar the vines and leaves appear. When making the distinction however, the Philodendron hederaceum differences are in its leaf texture and shape. The Hederaceum has thinner leaves with a smooth, almost matte looking texture, while Pothos leaves are thicker, glossy, and bumpier.

Spread the Love

Commonly, the Philodendron hederaceum can grow fast and out of control. If you see your plant reaching unmanageable sizes, you can always propagate it. The process is easy, just take a pair of scissors and cut the part you want by the stem. Make sure to include at least one node so it can sprout leaves. A node is like a blemish in the plant where the leaf has detached. It’s small and round and looks like a little bud. Once you’ve done that, you can place your detached baby in a glass container with clean water. After a few days of sitting in the son, roos should star to appear. Once this has happened, you can re-pot in soil.
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