9 Stunning Philodendron Varieties You Need to Know About

With vibrant red stems and large tropical leaves, this dramatic philodendron thrives in bright, indirect light. It prefers slightly dry soil and should be watered

Philodendron Rojo Congo

Featuring bronze-red leaves that transition to bright green, this philodendron can tolerate low light conditions. Watering every one to two weeks is sufficient for this resilient plant.

Philodendron McColley's Finale

Known as the fernleaf philodendron, this plant has lacy, fernlike leaves that start coppery before turning bright green. It thrives in indirect, low sunlight and is forgiving of neglect.

Philodendron Tortum

Offering dark drama with maroon and purplish-black foliage, this gothic philodendron prefers bright, indirect light and regular watering.

Black Cardinal Philodendron

Featuring lemon-lime shaded leaves shaped like violins, this climbing plant requires indirect light and watering every week or two.

Golden Violin Philodendron

Rare and striking with white spots and stripes against dark green foliage, this philodendron tolerates medium to bright indirect light and requires watering weekly or biweekly.

Philodendron White Wizard

Adding color with cream, green, orange, and red leaves, this climber thrives in medium to bright indirect light.

Ring of Fire Philodendron

Bold and dramatic with shiny, heart-shaped leaves and light green veining, this tropical plant loves high humidity and warmth.

Philodendron Verrucosum

Thriving in bright, indirect light and a drier environment, this slow-growing plant features bold foliage with dramatic veining.

Philodendron Gloriosum