Are you looking for a climber philodendron with tolerance for low light and dryness with long beautiful leaves? Let us introduce you to the Philodendron Jose Buono. The thick and velvety dark-green leaves reach a length of about 2 feet on maturity. Moreover, the white to cream splashy variegation make them look attractive enough to attract the eyes.
These leaves grow on stems about an inch in thickness. This epiphytic perennial climber can grow gigantically big and reach above 10 feet outdoors. Howbeit, it remains under 4 feet in an indoor environment. You can use this broad-leafed Philo to beautify any place on your lawn. Additionally, it is an excellent choice for terrestrial pots and hanging baskets. Let us learn more about the Jose Buono Philodendron Plant along with its care and propagation.
Philodendron Jose Buono Classification
Philodendron Jose Buono Other Names
- Variegated Spade Leaf Philodendron.
- Philodendron ‘Variegatum’.
- Philodendron domesticum.
- Some sellers also sell it under the name Philodendron Ilsmanii.
- The sellers of Florida name it as ‘Giant Hastatum’. This is due to its close resemblance with the Hastatum plant.