a young leaf
This plant was photographed 7/13/03. It will double in size by the end of Summer.
Lots of shade and lots of water!
Philodendron bipinnatifidum / split leaf philodendron.
A large newly rooted plant. In the background notice the trash can. It holds two new cuttings that I am rooting.
Large plant next to deck
Mine flowered this year
Here\\\'s a \\\'frizzle\\\' leaf variety, in Fullerton Arboretum, California
Orlando Florida showing well the roots coming from the trunk most of the way to the top
I have several of these plants. They are all blooming this year, some with multiple flowers.
My bug killer has been around for a week now
Grows fast in summer and dies back some what in winter. Can get overwhelming.
This paint is my friend ;-) I almost killed it twice because I am such the rookie
Growing in partial shade on the Northeast side of the house.
This is a grouping of 4 plants growing under 2 crape myrtle trees.
Young Selloum AKA Tree Philodendron on SW corner of house, zone 10, se FL.
This was 1 plant. Now it's wrapped up in it's own roots with lots of babies.
Taken 6/24/05 8' Tall 3' leaves
Cluster of buds
Ripe seed pod.
Philodendron bipinnatifidum goin' in! The Planter is 2' x 2' at the base.
Showing how its aerial roots help support the plant (wrapped around the trunk of a nearby palm tree), San Diego, California
This plant is over 9' tall
was thinking zone 10a was pessimistic, until 27F did this to my plant Jan 07 southern California freeze... bummer
philodendron roots growing into the place where the water comes from the gutter taken @ night with cellphone
More fried plants in Los Angeles county... these plants are quite old and, as far as I know, this is the first 'frying event' I think they' ve been through (got around 26F for a few hours)
more established freeze-damaged plants in Los Angeles
plant in a little plater thing on Hilton Head Island, SC
detail of the roots and the stem
Growing very well in a east facing window in Brooklyn
another shot of my Brooklyn Philo
This is a closeup of sap from this Philodendron coming out of the trunk. The leaves are cut off because this has recently been transplanted.
Our Philodendron after being transplanted from my FIL's yard. It's gone through the T-shock and lost most all of it's leaves. No new ones yet, hopefully soon!
New leaf emerges, day 2.
New leaf emerges, day 3. (This plant was transplanted during the heat of the summer)
Two new leaves are now out on the newly transplanted Philodendron. This was transplanted as a mature plant 1 month ago
15+ years old, filled two other yards with babies
one of 2 new blooms
Fruit/Flower May 2008
A blossom (bloom? flower?) on a tree philodendron growing in San Diego
A closeup of a philodendron bipinnatifidum flower
Planted in a large pot a couple of years ago, it's taken on a sudden growth spurt. Time to get it into the ground!
this grouping is at least 10 yrs old. started w/ three 4" potted plants...
Split Leaf Philodendron/Selloum - I neve knew this bloomed!
Sap oozing from recently trimmed plant. looks like blood. Sap can be a skin irritant, so wear protection when trimming.
October 9, 2010
January 9, 2010 - coldest winter in Florida history. Ice covered these plants and eventually they were a soggy brown mess.
Castro Valley Ca. Tallest in the world!
Photo of a clump of two Tree Philodendrons that age over seventeen years old in zone 9B Central FL, photo taken in October 2009
flowers smell so good in late evening, photo taken May 2008 zone 9b
The Huntington Botanical Gardens
Probably planted in the 1960's.
These are over 20 years old now, we keep them trimmed so the don't interrupt walkway. Zone 9b FL
After freeze into upper teens with a couple other nights well into the 20's (deg F).
Walt Disney World, FL