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Thaumatophyllum Spruceanum (Philodendron Goeldii)

$65.00 $45.00

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Philodendron Goeldii also known as the Thaumatophyllum Spruceanum is a rare houseplant that grow to form a fan of leaves when mature. It's ring-like petiole is supported by a thick woody stem and each branch can hold up to 16 leaves. Definitely a unique houseplant for plant collectors.


Philodendron Goeldii Care


Thaumatophyllum spruceanum (Philodendron goeldii)Watering

Water every 7 - 9 days when top 2" of soil is dry.

Light

Medium indirect sunlight or under grow lights.

Temperature

65°F - 75°F 

Soil Mix

Peat Moss, Perlite, Orchid Bark & Gardening Soil

Humidity

Keep humidity high at 65 - 75%

Fertilizer

Every 4 weeks in summer and every 12 weeks in winter 

 

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Jenna M. (Arlington, US)
Amzing Philodendron Goeldii

I love the plant, BP! Thank you so mucj :)

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Jenna M. (Arlington, US)
Amzing Philodendron Goeldii

I love the plant, BP! Thank you so mucj :)

J
Jenna M. (Arlington, US)
Amzing Philodendron Goeldii

I love the plant, BP! Thank you so mucj :)

J
Jenna M. (Arlington, US)
Amzing Philodendron Goeldii

I love the plant, BP! Thank you so mucj :)

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Angelina Chavez (Orlando, US)
Thank you for this wonderful plant :)

Amazingly healthy and no issues at all!

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Thaumatophyllum Spruceanum (Philodendron Goeldii)

$65.00 $45.00
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