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Heartleaf Philodendron

Philodendron Cordatum in Arizona, USA

The Heartleaf Philodendron, also known as the Sweetheart plant, is originally from southeast Brazil.  It is a fairly easy to care for houseplant, as it will survive in most light conditions.  It also doesn’t need to be watered too often, and appreciates being watered only once the soil has started to dry out. It can be grown as a hanging plant or like the one in this post which climbs up a post.

If you are interested in this plant, you may also be interested in our other posts plants in the same family: the Monstera and also the Variegated Monstera.

Sweetheart philodendron plants can be purchased here for $1.99!

Alternatively, they are also available from Amazon in United Kingdom,

Vine growth rate
8th September 2017: The plant has only a couple of leaves
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20th September 2017: Close up of healthy leaves
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21st September 2017: The plant is growing along a stake as these vines thrive when able to climb
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6th October 2017: New leaf is beginning to unfurl
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15th October 2017: The leaf has now fully unfurled and matured
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24th October: Another new leaf growth, now taller than the top of the stake!
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17th December 2017: Yet another leaf is growing, just a month after the last growth
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27th December 2017: Full height of the plant amongst an excellent plant family!
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13th January 2018: Another new leaf sprout showing, along with a dew drop on the most recent leaf
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14th January 2018: Close up of leaves
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18th January 2018
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23rd January 2018: in just a few months this plant has grown much taller than the stake

 

If you liked this post, you may also like these growth stories:

Fiddle Leaf Fig Propagation

Bonsai growth over five years

The Most Magnificent Plant

 

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