Philodendron 'Silver Sword'

Rare
$30
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 2 reviews

Philodendron hastatum

Philodendron 'Silver Sword' is a rare find native to the tropics of Brazil. It has glossy, metallic foliage that will make your plant collection shine. It's flashy, easy to grow, and quite forgiving to the forgetful plant parent.

SM: ~10-14" tall and a pot size of 4".

Pro-tip: Grows best with a moss pole or trellis to climb. 

  • Pretty chill
  • Bright indirect light
  • Toxic to pets
  • Every week

Looks good with

Standard Terracotta Planter with Tray Planter Deroma Graphite SM
Standard Terracotta Planter with Tray
Moisture Meter Accessory Rooted SM
Moisture Meter
Bio-Organic Plant Food
Bio-Organic Plant Food
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Reviewed by Claire B.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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He’s huge and beautiful!!

I love Arthur!! He arrived much taller than expected with lots of new growth! He’s now potted up with a moss pole and is thriving!

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King Arthur’s Prize

Arthur is beautiful and the main stem/leaf is breathtaking. The leaves are nice and shiny. There are four or five smaller leaves which are just waiting to surprise me with their splendor.

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