This easy to care for plant can adapt to all kinds of conditions (as long as its warm), making it a popular houseplant. The Red Bristle Philodendron has large green leaves with 5 distinct lobes to each leaf and a red bristle like hairs up the stems. The juvenille leaves on the start as a solid leaf and developes its distinctive lobes as the plant matures. The squamiferum doesn't require a lot of watering. Allow the top layer of soil to dry between watering.
Comes in a 100mm pot.
LIGHT - Position in bright, indirect sunlight.
WATER - If you plant indoors mist regularly, and wipe the leaves with a damp cloth to keep the foliage looking shiny and fresh.