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Philodendron verrucosum x melanochrysum is a hybrid of the two species - and much easier to grow than its parents! Verrucosum x melanochrysum has deep green velvet leaves, maroon undersides and yellow veins. Once mature, the leaves on this hybrid can easily grow to more than 60cm in length.
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Philodendron barrosoanum is a climber with fat, tri-lobed leaves. The leaves take on a glossy finish over time as the plant matures - which can be sped up if you let it climb up a totem post or trellis! Native to South American forests, the barrosoanum also makes a great addition to your indoor plant collection.
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Philodendron gigas is a climbing aroid with deep green velvet leaves and white veins. The new leaves it puts out is a coppery brown-green, and become more elongated as the plant matures. Letting it climb via a totem post encourages it to grow much larger in size, more quickly.
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Alocasia albutawan is a rarely seen alocasia originating from Indonesia, characterised by waxy, dark green leaves with red venations showing on its back. It can grow fairly tall when mature - beyond 2m in height - with a thick, fat base and stems and large lush leaves. The Alocasia albutawan is easily the most outstanding even surrounded by other plants, in any collection.
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It's the Philodendron with no name, just a number. 69686 also has tri-lobed leaves which has led to it being confused with Philodendron joepii for a long time. Believed to be a natural hybrid originating in Brazil, you'll find that its leaves grow more hourglass and elongated in shape if you let it climb!
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It's the Philodendron with no name, just a number. 69686 also has tri-lobed leaves which has led to it being confused with Philodendron joepii for a long time. Believed to be a natural hybrid originating in Brazil, you'll find that its leaves grow more hourglass and elongated in shape if you let it climb!
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The Philodendron brandtianum is great if you're looking for a climbing and cascading plant - let it creep against a wall and it'll grow out nice and bushy! Philodendron brandtianum has splashes of iridescent silver mottled all over dark olive green leaves in a heart shape.
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The Philodendron brandtianum is great if you're looking for a climbing and cascading plant - let it creep against a wall and it'll grow out nice and bushy! Philodendron brandtianum has splashes of iridescent silver mottled all over dark olive green leaves in a heart shape.
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Velvety, heart shaped leaves with striking white veins are the signature of the Philodendron gloriosum. This plant is a creeper, with its stem growing horizontally along the surface of the medium. Give it more light, and the larger the leaves grow in size!
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Velvety, heart shaped leaves with striking white veins are the signature of the Philodendron gloriosum. This plant is a creeper, with its stem growing horizontally along the surface of the medium. Give it more light, and the larger the leaves grow in size!
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Among many Aroid collectors, one of the perennial favourites is the charismatic Anthurium clarinervium. This plant grows naturally in Mexico, and is embraced for its heart shaped leaves with bright coloured veins. Its leaves grow thick as they mature, with a leather like texture.
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The Anthurium wendlingeri is a standout for any plant collection, with its long velvety pendant leaves. Originating from the South American rainforests, the leaves can grow more than 1.2M in length in the wild. The Anthurium wendlingeri is also conspicuous for its quirky inflorescence that coils in a corkscrew.
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The Anthurium wendlingeri is a standout for any plant collection, with its long velvety pendant leaves. Originating from the South American rainforests, the leaves can grow more than 1.2M in length in the wild. The Anthurium wendlingeri is also conspicuous for its quirky inflorescence that coils in a corkscrew.
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Among many Aroid collectors, one of the perennial favourites is the charismatic Anthurium clarinervium. This plant grows naturally in Mexico, and is embraced for its heart shaped leaves with bright coloured veins. Its leaves grow thick as they mature, with a leather like texture.
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Velvety, heart shaped leaves with striking white veins are the signature of the Philodendron gloriosum. This plant is a creeper, with its stem growing horizontally along the surface of the medium. Give it more light, and the larger the leaves grow in size!
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Big, wide, frilly leaves! Philodendron pastazanum leaves can grow to more than 70cm standing on upright cylindrical stems, if you let them. It is a creeper, with a rhizome, which grows horizontally along the medium and produces foliage. As the leaves mature, their branch-veins lose their prominent white color.
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Anthurium crystallinum has distinct white veined leaves that can grow up to 40cm – as it matures the leaves become more elongated, with fewer but more outstanding veins. It’s native to Panama and Colombia, and also often used in breeding hybrids with other Anthurium.
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Big, wide, frilly leaves! Philodendron pastazanum leaves can grow to more than 70cm standing on upright cylindrical stems, if you let them. It is a creeper, with a rhizome, which grows horizontally along the medium and produces foliage. As the leaves mature, their branch-veins lose their prominent white color.
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Among many Aroid collectors, one of the perennial favourites is the charismatic Anthurium clarinervium. This plant grows naturally in Mexico, and is embraced for its heart shaped leaves with bright coloured veins. Its leaves grow thick as they mature, with a leather like texture.
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Velvety, heart shaped leaves with striking white veins are the signature of the Philodendron gloriosum. This plant is a creeper, with its stem growing horizontally along the surface of the medium. Give it more light, and the larger the leaves grow in size!

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