Common Names: Philodendron Fun Bun, Philodendron Nobel, Split Leaf Philodendron, Lacy Tree Philodendron, Finger Leaf Philodendron, Horsehead Philodendron
The Philodendron Fun Bun is the life of any party. This uniquely shaped Philodendron is easy to care for and has a striking silhouette.
Prefers bright indirect light. Tolerates medium light. Growth will slow in medium light conditions. Direct sunlight can scorch the leaves.
Prefers consistent but moderate watering. Tolerates occasional dryness. Will not tolerate excessive watering.
Prefers chunky soil with plenty of large, organic, particulate matter. The coarseness of the soil allows water to drain freely while the individual components hold moisture effectively.
Though still predominantly called Philodendron goeldii, this plant has recently been reclassified to the genus Thaumatophyllum. It is also sometimes referred to as Split Leaf, Lacy Tree, Finger Leaf, and Horsehead Philodendron.
Native to South America, this Philodendron grows naturally in a tropical habitat rich with warmth and moisture.
Philodendron goeldii is known for the distinctive shape of its deeply lobed leaves. The leaves grow from a central stem that also produces aerial roots. It will grow beautifully on a stake, totem, or moss pole.