Philodendron Billietiae Variegated (SN8802)
$18,224.30 incl. GST
Earliest Delivery in 2 days
- The images displayed here are the actual plant from different angles and it is unique by itself.
- No reservation is allowed and the order is locked once full payment is successful.
- As this is a high-value and rare plant, no refund is allowed once payment is made.
- To boost confident purchases, the plant that we deliver is very close to the images shown here.
- It may differ just slightly but never 100% similar to the image pictured here.
- Flowers/Fruits are seasonal and plants may not be with Flowers/Fruits at the time of order/delivery.
- Alternatively, you can visit our retail store to enquire more.
- The plant will be available first come first serve.
- Overall Height APPROXIMATELY 78cm
- Variegated Philodendron Billietiae has long been considered one of the holy grails of the aroid world.
- Philodendron Billietiae produces long, strap-shaped leaves with beautiful orange petioles.
- It grows as an epiphyte in nature and the elongated leaves and petioles help it to stretch out to receive light.
- Like most Philodendrons, this variety prefers moist but well-draining soil and some humidity.
- As it climbs, it should be staked or allowed to climb up moss poles.
- In higher humidity environments, numerous aerial roots will form which gives the plants a beautiful look.
- Please note that due to the nature of variegation, each plant is a unique individual.
- There will be some variability from plant to plant and even from one leaf to another on the same plant.
- For this reason, we are unable to guarantee a specific amount of variegation.
- Like most Philodendron plants, the Philodendron Billietiae needs well-draining soil to thrive.
- Organic materials work the best for this plant.
- Recommends slow-release fertilizer.
- The soil for your Philodendron Billietiae needs to be moist before you fertilize it.
- If the soil is dry, the fertilizer will burn the plant's roots.
- It's important that your Philodendron Billietiae plant gets bright indirect light.
- If you expose your Philodendron's leaves to direct sunlight for long, they will burn.
- The leaves will develop nasty-looking scorch marks.
- But your plant still needs bright sunlight to grow those large leaves it's famous for.
- Wait for a few inches of the soil to dry before you water this plant.