Broad green leaves and contrasting deep red vines that will add a jungly style to any room!
The Philodendron pedatum, alternatively called Philodendron Florida and Oak Leaf Philodendron.
The Pedatum's leaves resemble those of Oaks in so far as both has long undulating foliage, but the Pedatum's is far less regular: much of the appeal of this plant is in its dynamic growth habit and abstract foliage shape. At this size, it's already a well-established and mature plant and is fairly easy to please, promising to thrive in a variety of homes and offices. The only thing to be mindful of is that it needs a good amount of indirect light to grow well and has a very large span so will require a few meters of space!