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The Split Leaf Philodendron has significant splits that extend out from the center and reach up – similar to fingers on an outstretched hand. The fringe of the split leaf ruffles slightly, giving the foliage a rolling appearance with lots of textures. There are also no swiss cheese holes in these leaves.

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Philodendrons are a group of tropical plants native to the rainforests of Central and South America. They are popular houseplants due to their attractive foliage and ease of care, but they can also be grown in outdoor gardens in warmer climates. There are several key factors to consider when successfully growing and caring for philodendrons. These include providing the plant with bright, indirect light, well-draining soil, and proper watering. Philodendrons also thrive in high-humidity environments, so regular misting or using a humidifier can be beneficial. Pest management is relatively simple, as Philodendrons are generally not susceptible to many pests.

Planting Philodendrons in your garden can provide a beautiful tropical touch, adding year-round greenery and texture. Philodendrons also have relatively low maintenance, requiring little care once established. Additionally, some species of philodendrons can grow into large, impressive plants that make a statement in any garden. Overall, philodendrons are a great choice for anyone looking to add some lush, tropical greenery to their indoor or outdoor space.

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