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Philodendron Warszewiczii is a very rarely offered plant. It features deeply incised, fern like mature leaves. Even in my cool climate each leaf will get to be at least 2 feet long. The plant for sale, displaying only its immature leaves, is shown in the 6" pot. This plant would make a great focal point when used as a houseplant for a Tropical look.

It is found growing in the forests of Southern Mexico into South Central America. It needs moist, well draining soil and a minimum temperature of 60F, partial shade to shade. Coming from areas where winter rainfall is sparse it will go dormant over winter and just be a green trunk. During this time the soil should be kept barely moist.
This is a large, fast growing plant but with its tendency to produce aerial roots it can easily be kept within the space allotted to it by pruning out the top (we would suggest doing that in late spring) and potting it up so that you will have a new plant

I have included a picture of a mature leaf in pictures 1 and 2 and a large plant (not for sale) in picture 3 Picture 4 shown in a 6" pot is the one you will receive and picture 5 shows a comparison between the size of a 6" potted plant and a 3 and a 1/2" potted one.
I also have a larger plant growing in a gallon pot which is listed here
http://www.etsy.com/listing/98823514/philodendron-warszewiczii-rare-and

Plants are sent protected bareroot by Priority mail and ar sent on Monday/Tuesday of the week following payment. This particular plant (which is at least 15" high) will be sent at a cost of $10 and any additional plants at $2 each thereafter.

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