Philodendron mexicanum

COMMON NAME

Mexican Philodendron

TYPE

Vine

FAMILY

Araceae

NOTES

Large trilobed leaves. The stem holds the leaves out around 1 to 2 feet. The leaves can grow 2 feet long with larger back lobes measuring 1 foot wide. The undersides of the leaves are blotched with pink to maroon colorations. Grows both as a terrestrial plant and as an epiphyte

GEOGRAPHIC REGION

Mexico

NATIVE HABITAT

Ranging from dry habitats in west-central Mexico to more humid sites on the Atlantic slope

WEB SOURCES

exoticrainforest.com

gbif.org



Philodendron mexicanum