The Philodendron nangaritense is an unusual creeping Philodendron, and it was discovered in 2005. It's extremely rare!
Experts' advice: since it's a creeping plant, it wants to lay on the soil to be happy, so they say to plant it in a huge pot or tub, so it can run across that. So unique!
It has round, somewhat glossy and thin leaves. The most distinctive portion of the species is the extraordinary petiole. The petioles are a rich red and are covered with small hard tubercles that make the petiole appear fuzzy.
Give it nice indirect light, so it can produce its nice color, and leave the soil to dry out between waterings.
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I wouldn't say caring for this Philodendron is hard, but you can't be completely new to this hobby to manage its needs
It can get to a decent size by time
Loves a spray, water when dried out
Indirect sunlight is perfect
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