Philodendron squamicaule is a beautiful, rare and newly described species with ovate-triangular leaves emerge in a light salmon pink color and hardens off to a stunning medium to dark green color. The petioles are a beautiful bright red, densely packed hairs along the petiole.
Philodendron squamicaule is closely related to Philodendron serpens. For Philodendron serpens, the posterior ribs are glabrous (smooth). There may be a few hairs present, though. In contrast, Philodendron squamicaule has hairy posterior ribs and it will extend beyond the portion that is naked.
All photos are an indication of the plant species and measurements are for size reference only. All plants will have slight variations in amount of variegations, size and condition. Decorative pot not included. Plants will be shipped in sphagnum moss or perlite.
Pot size in photo: 5”
Largest Leaf Size: Approximately 7-8.5”
Height: Approximately 10-12”