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Philodendron billietiae GREEN/Variegata (Cutting)
Please note! This is a reverted Philodendron billietiae Variegata. This Philodendron billietiae Variegata reverted back to green due to lack of space in our greenhouse. It was placed too dark. With the right lighting and care, you can make the plant revert back to its original variegation, because this is still in its DNA!
Please note! This is a cutting.
The beautiful leaves of this species are leathery with wavy edges. A leaf can grow quite large, it is even possible to reach an impressive length of 90 cm! In nature, leaf size varies and some specimens produce leaves that are often excessively long and narrow. The plant is named after Freda Billiet, who discovered this species.
The colorful climbing long stem of this Philodendron is surrounded by long leaves. The growth rate and leaf color of Billietiae will vary greatly depending on various factors such as soil type, sunlight and temperature. The leaves are glossy green from above, while the stems have an orange tint. The species is sometimes confused with Philodendron grandifolium, but has distinctly narrower leaves.
Philodendron Billietiae are easy tropical plants that require little care. They thrive in moist soils and grow best when provided with a pole that is mossed or wrapped with burlap, to climb against. Philodendron plants can be grown in pots or hanging baskets. They are indoor plants that thrive in temperatures between 15 - 25 °C and in conditions with less light than other indoor plants. Filtered sunlight is best.
Philodendron Billietiae likes a well-drained but moist, rich organic mix. Do not use potting soil or dry sandy soil. Philodendron grows well in spacious pots that leave plenty of room for growth. Remember, the looser the roots, the larger and healthier your plant will be. If the plant's roots are too bounded, its growth will slow down. At that point, it is time for a larger pot. It is best to repot before the new growing season (spring). The plant will then have plenty of time to gain strength.
To help your new Philodendron grow, fertilization is needed. Without fertilization, they will grow very slowly. This Philodendron can be fertilized with a light fertilizer every two weeks during the summer months. In the fall, fertilization is virtually unnecessary. This is because growth will be slower then and the plant will use little nutrients.
Because it is a cutting, it is much more sensitive than a complete plant. Shipping is therefore always at your own risk.
We place our cuttings in a test tube for shipping.
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