Philodondron plowmanii
Philodondron plowmanii

Philodondron plowmanii



Temperature & Humidity

Generally, philodendrons grow in temperatures between 55 F and 85 F. They’re not cold-tolerant, which makes it impossible to grow them outdoors in areas where winters get frosty.

If you live in a region with cold winters, make arrangements to take your plant indoors as soon as the temperature nears 60 F.

Indoors, lack of enough humidity can be a problem especially if the plant is kept close to heating vents or radiators. Even fans and AC units are an issue because of cold drafts and their effect of drying the air out.

If lack of humidity becomes an issue, you need to supplement humidity levels so they’re above 40% nearing 60%. Humidifiers are excellent for the job and they’re good for your health too!


Philodondron plowmanii

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As for its care requirements, there isn’t anything particularly difficult or challenging about growing the Plowmanii, especially if you already have some experience with tropical plants under your belt.

Size & Growth

With the philodendron Plowmanii, named after botanist Timothy Plowman, you’re going to need ample space whether you’re keeping this plant indoors or outdoors.

While the plant can reach 8 ft in height, it’s a  Philodondron plowmanii slow-grower, especially indoors. If you want it growing tall, you’re going to have more luck with outdoor growing and if the climate in your region allows it.

The large leaves of the plant are the main attraction of this plant. Multiple gradients of green are contrasted with the creamy yellow coloration of the veins, creating an instant tropical feel wherever it’s grown.

Philodondron plowmanii

Light Requirements

This is one of those philodendrons that isn’t fussy about its light requirements. The plant can grow in lower light conditions than what you’d normally afford a houseplant but does best in filtered light or partial shade.

What it can’t tolerate is direct light, especially midday strong direct light. As with many other plants that don’t require direct light, the leaves of the philodendron plowmanii are also bound to get scorched, especially the younger leaves that are thinner than mature leaves.

Therefore, if you’re keeping this philodendron variety outdoors be mindful of the amount of sunshine it receives in the location you’ve positioned your plant


You’d think you could drown a plant that grows in rainforests in water and it would be happy with it.

Not the philodendron plowmanii, however. Generally, philodendrons grow in temperatures between 55 F and 85 F. They’re not cold-tolerant, which makes it impossible to grow them outdoors in areas where winters get frosty.

Despite being accustomed to heavy rainfall, the plant doesn’t do well if the potting medium in which it is kept is constantly wet.

Overwatering is certainly a hazard to the plant, especially when planted in soil that is prone to waterlogging.

Make sure to inspect that the top layer of the Philodondron plowmanii  soil is dry before watering the plant. I usually water my philodendrons once or twice a week in summer and once a week in winter.

Since environmental factors can change the need for water uptake, it’s best to rely on the soil moisture assessment method when watering this plant.

Soil Type

Soilless mediums are best for growing philodendrons. Favor potting mixes that feature sphagnum moss, peat, perlite in their composition. Amend the mix with compost to create a rich soil that stays moist but doesn’t retain water.

Avoid clay, sandy or other wet soils which don’t drain as well as those that feature peat, perlite or sphagnum moss.

When planted in a fast-draining soil, the likelihood of root rot is significantly reduced even if the plant is accidentally overwatered.

Plowmanii – One of the rarest philodendron we have come across. This terrestrial plant grows Underground while sending up amazing bicolor heartPhilodondron plowmanii shaped leaves. These are only available in very limited quantity, no more than one to two per year.