Philodendron Pedatum (Laciniatum) is a very interesting Philodendron native to Venezuela and Brazil, that is often confused with other Philodendrons when in juvenile form. Pedatum’s leaves have multiple lobes and are oak shaped while the petioles are red. Philodendron Pedatum is a climber and it will reach an impressive size if allowed to climb. Our Brass Plant Support would be a perfect trellis for this Philodendron!
Grow your Philodendron in a well draining potting mix, like our aroid mix or in a soil-less medium like sphagnum moss or perlite/vermiculite.
Philodendron Pedatum comes in pot 15cm and is about 35-40cm tall.
Light: bright, indirect sunlight
Soil: well draining potting mix or soil-less medium
Water: let it dry out between waterings, water only when top 3cm of soil are dry to touch