This rare aroid is instantly recognizable for it's palm shaped foliage. The fast growing Philodendron Mayoi, although often called a Tahiti, is actually native to the tropical forests of Brazil, making them highly adapted to humid conditions. These plants climb and trail very nicely, so depending on your space, you have a couple of options for displaying your plant. If you do decide to let it climb, we recommend training it on a moss pole for the best support.
Light: These thrive in bright, indirect sunlight. Do not place by a bright window to avoid scorching the delicate leaves.
Water: These will do best in a well draining soil mix with a good drainage hole. It is best to allow the soil to dry out about halfway before watering to avoid any root rot. Again, humidity is key to a thriving philodendron, so make sure your plants are getting a few hours of humidity a day.
If ingested, poisonous to people and pets.
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