Specie: P. panduriforme
Horse Head Philodendron, Fiddle Leaf Philodendron, Panda Plant, Splash Gordon Plant
Name in Latin: Araceae
Name in English: Arum Family
Origin: northern and western areas of the Amazon basin
Growth Habit: scandent (climbing) vine.
Leaf: coriaceous (leathery)
Care and Handling
Soil: good potting soil
Amount of water: keep the soil barely moist
Nutrition: feed every two weeks when in growth
Special handling: Handling plant may cause skin irritation or allergic reaction
All Philodendron species are aroids. An aroid is a plant that reproduces by producing an inflorescence known to science as a spathe and spadix. Many believe the spathe is a "flower" but it is not. The spathe is simply a modified leaf appearing to be a hood .