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Philodendron Camposportoanum Care – Plant Guide 101

Are you obsessed with Philodendron like me? If yes, you are going to love Philodendron camposportoanum in your collection.

It is a small non-climbing Philodendron with beautiful velvety leaves. This cute little plant is sure to lighten up your day with an exotic look and funky shine.

Generally, Philodendron camposportoanum needs 16-24°C temperature with bright indirect sunlight to grow. Moreover, being a tropical plant requires a humidity level of about 60%, well-draining soil, and occasional fertilization during spring and summer to thrive. 

Philodendron camposportoanum (Source: Etsy)

This article includes all the requirements of Philodendron camposportoanum that you will have to attain in your indoor to tend your plant.

Moreover, I have also included the general problems that most gardeners face and the best and easy solutions to them, for your help.

Please continue reading to get all the information you need to own this beautiful Philodendron species.

Overview of Philodendron Camposportoanum

The leaves are the most interesting feature of the Philodendron camposportoanum. Its unique and beautiful leaves change color several times as they mature.

Moreover, as Philodendrons belong to the Araceae family, they can also be called aroids.

Furthermore, to understand it better, the general plant overview of  Philodendron camposportoanum is given below:

Scientific NamePhilodendron camposportoanum
USDAHardiness Zone 9 to 11
Plant TypeTropical
Vine like growth
evergreen perennial plant
Grown ForShiny and Velvety leaves
Plant Height1.5 to 3 feet height
1 foot width
FoliageOval shaped shiny leaves - young
Heart shaped velvety leaves - mature
Level of CareModerate
Availability statusRare

A Complete Guide to Philodendron Camposportoanum Care

The philodendron camposportoanum plant is one of the rare species of Philodendron. Even though you will have to hustle a little to get it to you, it is an easy job to care for this adorable plant.

The basic requirements for caring Philodendron camposportoanum are given in the table below, which are further described in the article as you read on:

FactorsOptimal Conditions
Sunlight and LocationBright and indirect light throughout the day.
WateringSummer- twice a week
Winter- once in two weeks
Ideal Temperature60°F to 75°F (16°C to 24°C)
Ideal Humidity60% and above
Soil mixWell draining soil mix
pH- 6.5 -7.5
High in organic matter
Fertilizer RequirementsNPK ratio 20:20:20
only during spring and summer
Common PestsAphids, Mealybugs, Scales, Thrips , White fly, and Spider mites
Common DiseaseBacterial Leaf Spot and Root rot
PropagationStem cutting and Air layering
Potting and RepottingCeramic or plastic pots with 1-2 drainage holes.
Repotting during early spring when the pot becomes root bound or at least once in a year
PruningDuring fall or spring season.
ToxicityToxic to human and pets

1. Adequate Sunlight and Proper Location

Philodendron camposportoanum needs bright and indirect sunlight for at least 8-10 hours a day.

This velvety plant doesn’t like direct sunlight on its foliage. However, a few hours of early morning sunlight is wonderful and even better for its healthy growth.

More light is always better as it helps to make the leaves bigger and shiny.

If you want to provide your Philodendron with perfect lighting conditions to make it flourish, you can use a light meter to measure the brightness in your room.

Your Philodendron needs about 400-500 foot light candles for its optimum growth. And light intensity below 200-foot candles is minimum for its development.

Plants placed in bright and indirect lighting conditions near the window (Source: Unsplash)

Problems Due to Improper Lighting and Wrong Location

  • Philodendron still grows in low light conditions, but the growth will be slower, and the plant is
  • stunted.
  • New leaves will be smaller if the light intensity is low for a prolonged time.
  • Direct light on the velvety leaves of camposportoanum causes leaves to turn yellow and wither.
  • Unfiltered sunlight for a long time causes scorching of leaves, and leaves look burnt with black marks.
  • Lack of light also causes stems to become leggy due to unproportionate growth towards the source of light.

Tips to Provide Proper Sunlight and Location

  • Place the plant in the north or east-facing window, where it can get indirect light throughout the day with a few hours of morning sunlight.
  • If your plant is near the south or west-facing window, then locate it at least 2-4 feet away from the window. It is to escape the direct light falling on the plant throughout the day.
  • You can use a light-colored curtain to filter the bright sunlight falling on the plant.
  • If you think your room is too dark, you can place a grow light (fluorescent light) to provide light sufficiently. You can keep the LED light on for 8-9 hours to fulfill the light requirement of the plant.
  • For leggy stems, try rotating the plant every few weeks to help it grow proportionately.
  • If you want to place your Philodendron outdoors, then a shaded place or patio can be a great location.

2. Adequate Watering

The Philodendron camposportoanum does not enjoy being watered aggressively or inadequately. It can be a bit confusing if you are new to plant care.

However, make sure to keep the soil evenly moist to keep your plant most happy.

You can touch the top layer of the potting to feel the wetness of the soil. If the soil still feels moist, wait for a few more days to water it again.

But you will have to water it immediately if the topsoil is dry.

Water your camposportoanum twice a week during summer and once every two weeks during winter to be on the safe side.

IKEA.. 403.941.18 Vattenkrasse Watering Can
Watering the indoor plant (Source: Amazon)

Problems Due to Improper Watering

  • Underwatering causes drooping leaves, which later become curled at the tip.
  • Leaves become crisp brown.
  • Overwatering causes root rot which creates symptoms like yellow leaves and wilted plants.

Tips to Provide Adequate Watering

  • Using a soil moisture sensor to measure the exact moisture condition of the soil and watering accordingly is the best way to provide adequate water to your plant.
  • Check the soil color to decide on irrigating your plant. If the soil is dark in color, it is still moist and doesn’t need watering. However, consider watering if the soil looks light-colored and dry.
  • To encourage excess water drainage and prevent mushy conditions, always use pots with 2-3 drainage holes.
  • Remove the water on the drip tray regularly to prevent unknown over watering of your plant.
  • Overhead watering the Philodendron is not a good technique, as it wets the leaves frequently, which may result in the rotting of leaves.
  • You should use a small watering can or spray bottle to control the amount of water you apply to your beloved plant.
  • A well-draining potting mix is a must to prevent the soggy condition of the soil.

You may also read 10 Cute Mini Watering Cans for Indoor Plants.

3. Ideal Temperature

Being a tropical plant, Philodendron camposportoanum loves warm temperatures.

The optimum temperature for healthy growth of this adorning plant is 60°F to 75°F (16°C to 24°C). Besides, the lowest temperature this plant can tolerate is about 55°F (13°C).

Maintaining the temperature within the range throughout the year is all that needs to be done to keep camposportoanum happy.

You can easily maintain the temperature by providing the recommended bright and indirect sunlight.

Philodendrons should not be left outdoors during freezing winter seasons. But if you still want to leave them outdoors during winter, then keep an eagle’s eye on the drooping and browning leaves.

You should bring them indoors if the symptoms prevail.

Problems Due to Improper Temperature

  • Philodendron will show slower growth below 60°F which may cease below 55°F.
  • The plant becomes stunted, and leaves start to fall.
  • The edges of the leaves turn brown, and the whole leave starts to wilt.
  • Leaves look pale and lack lushness.
  • Slower growth of roots.
Temperature in relation to plant's growth
The temperature in relation to plant’s growth (Source: ResearchGate)

Tips to Provide Optimum Temperature

  • Heaters and air conditioners are good ways to maintain the room’s temperature according to plant requirements.
  • Don’t place your plant near a single pane window or outdoors to protect it from frost during the winter season.
  • Keep growing lights at least 24 inches (61cm) away from the plant to prevent leaf burn.
  • Place the plants at least 4 feet away from the window to prevent the scorching sun of the day from hitting the tender leaves of Philodendron.
  • You can use heating pads on pots of young plants to keep them warm.
  • Misting and increasing the watering frequency is better for reducing the temperature around the plant during the scorching seasons.

4. High Humidity

Higher humidity of about 60% is best for leaves of Philodendron camposportoanum to maintain their lushness. As it is a tropical plant, humidity lower than 40% level will not shine on the leaves.

It would be best if you tried to mimic the tropical climate at your home to keep your Philodendron cheerful.

Problems Due to Low Humidity

  • Smaller leaves that look pale
  • Drooping and wilting leaves
  • The tips and edges of leaves become brown as the humidity lowers.
Philodendron Leaf Edges Turning Brown
Philodendron Leaf Edges Turning Brown

Tips to Provide Optimum Humidity

  • You can keep a  humidifier in your room to easily retain the required humidity. However, placing the humidifier very close to the plant is not suitable.
  • Use a  hygrometer to check the humidity level of the room.
  • A tray with water and pebbles can be placed below the pot to create a humid environment around the plant.
  •  You can also occasionally mist the plant with cool water to maintain the humidity on leaves. The water will evaporate and linger around the plant to increase the moisture.
  • Also, if you have lots of indoor plants, you can group them to trap the evaporating vapor and maintain high humidity. However, this method can increase disease and pest problems as grouping plants reduce air circulation and create a favorable environment for pests to attack.
Spray water to your plants for increasing humidity
Spray water to your plants for increasing humidity (Source: Pexels)

Also, read A Complete Guide to Grow and Care Philodendron Atom.

5. Proper Soil Mix

Well-draining and aerated soil is the basis for a thriving Philodendron camposportoanum.

The main strategy to keep in mind is to use a soil mix that is best for both retention and easy water drainage. For this, you will have to use a minimum amount of clayey material on the potting mix.

The general character of the ideal soil for Philodendron camposportoanum is given below on the table:

Soil PropertiesImportance
Constitute Organic matterMakes the soil mix light weight and porous
Slow releasing feed for plant
Well DrainingTo prevent water logging condition
Well aeratedFor undisturbed growth of roots
Prevent suffocation of roots
pH5 to 7

Home Made Potting Mix Recipe

You can DIY your potting mix at home by mixing some readily available components:

  • Two parts coco peat
  • One and a half parts perlite
  • Two parts bark
  • One and a half parts charcoal
  • Half part sphagnum moss
  • One part worm castings
Proper soil mix (Source: Pexels)

Moreover, you can also easily get a pre-made potting mix. Potting mix for philodendron or monstera is best to use for Philodendron camposportoanum.

Some recommendations from amazon are given below:

Some elements to add to the potting mix to make it more lightweight and well-draining are:

Moreover, adding organic matter or compost to the potting mix increases soil richness, making it ideal for Philodendron.

6. Proper Fertilization

Philodendron camposportoanum doesn’t need a lot of fertilization.

But adding some slow-release fertilizer during repotting or diluted liquid fertilizer helps make the foliage green and glossy.

Apply diluted fertilizer to your camposportoanum once a month during growing seasons, i.e., spring and summer.

Also, you can avoid using fertilizer during winter as the plant is in dormant condition and needs less nutrition.

Common Mistakes While Fertilizing

  • Applying fertilizer without diluting it in water.
  • Using more amount of fertilizer than required.
  • Wetting the leaves and stems with fertilizer.
  • Adding fertilizer even when the soil mix has enough slow-release fertilizer in it.
  • Not soaking the soil after applying fertilizer.
Browning leaves and salt built up in soil due to overfertilization

Problems Due to Improper Fertilization

  • Roots and leaves burn due to overfertilization.
  • A layer of whitish crust on the soil surface due to accumulation of excess fertilizer.
  • The plant becomes weak and vulnerable to pets and disease after excessive fertilization.
  • Under fertilization causes stunted growth of plants.
  • The leaves develop brown edges and tips.

Tips for Proper Fertilization

  • A fertilizer with an NPK ratio of 20:20:20 is best for Philodendrons.
  • Always dilute the fertilizer to half jits strength by adding an equal amount of water before using.
  • Don’t use soluble fertilizer together with a slow-release fertilizer.
  • Adding fertilizer in dry soil increases the risk of root burn. So, soak the soil thoroughly before applying fertilizer.
  • It is also crucial to water the plant thoroughly after applying fertilizer.
  • Read the label properly before using any fertilizer.
  • It is best to use a fertilizer high in nitrogen content to get big and luscious leaves of Philodendron.
  • To prevent the salt from building up in the soil, you can flush the soil mix with water every six months.

Some fertilizer recommendations that can be easily found on amazon are:

In addition, organic fertilizers are also the best source of nutrients for Philodendrons.

Some of the readily available organic fertilizers that you can add to your camposportoanum are:

  • Coffee filter: You can use coffee waste to enrich the soil of your pot. It is an excellent source of magnesium and potassium. But it is acidic, so overusing it may make the container’s soil acidic.
  • Eggshells:  Eggshells are an excellent source of calcium. You can either boil the eggshell in water and use that water to rinse your Philodendron or crush the eggshells and mix in soil. Calcium is essential to develop a robust cellular structure.
  • Fish Tank Water: You can use the fish tank water to soak your plant. As it is an excellent nitrogen source, your Philodendron will produce bigger and more luscious leaves.
Organic Fertilizer for Philodendron
Organic Fertilizer for Philodendron (Source: Pixabay)

7. Growth Habits

Philodendron camposportoanum is a petite Philodendron. Its height reaches 1 to 1.5 feet, and its width is up to 1 foot.

Moreover, this Philodendron is fast-growing and reaches its maximum height and width within a season of growth.

Besides, the foliage of camposportoanum is evergreen that changes its shape and color throughout its growing period.

While the leaves are still young, they are oval and have maroon shine when sunlight falls on them. As the foliage matures, the leaves become heart-shaped with dark green and velvety texture.

If the ideal lighting conditions are maintained, the leaves can be up to 12 inches (30 cm) in diameter.

Moreover, this velvety Philodendron has non-climbing and vine-like growth habits. Therefore, it can be grown in a moss pole or planted in a hanging basket.

Furthermore, this Philodendron produces flowers when the plant matures after 15-16 years.

Philodendron camposportoanum Vines
Philodendron camposportoanum Vines (Source: Epi Aroids)

Tips to Make Philodendron camposportoanum Leaves Bushy

  • Cut off the long and leggy stems.
  • Provide enough light as lack of light makes the Philodendron long and leggy.
  • Remove the tip of the plant by trimming or pinching to control the plant’s growth.
  • Always cut from just above the node of the plant. This will encourage the growth of more stems from the node.

8. Potting and Repotting

Terracotta or ceramic pots with 1-2 drainage holes is the best pot for planting Philodendron camposportoanum.

Such pots are the best pots for drainage, aeration, and maintaining the temperature of the soil.

Moreover, containers made of wood, plastic, or cement are also suitable for growing Philodendron. But containers made of metal and glass are not recommended due to their inadequate drainage facilities.

While selecting a potting material, size and drainage holes are the most important factors to check and ensure suitable containers.

Repotting every year during the late winter season is suitable for Philodendron camposportoanum.

As it is a fast-growing plant, the roots become root bound to the pot faster than any other Philodendrons.

Moreover, a pot 2-3 inches larger than the root ball is required to allow enough space for the root to grow.

Repotting Plants
Repotting Plants (Source: Unsplash)

Signs to Repot a Philodendron Camposportoanum

  • Roots have become bound to the pot
  • Roots are poking out from the drainage holes.
  • It’s been 1.5 years since the last repotting.
  • Compacted soil and water pooling on the soil surface.

Problems Due to Improper Pot

  • Planting a Philodendron in small pots makes it root bound more often, requiring frequent repotting.
  • Very big pots store more water than required creating soggy conditions.
  • Containers without drainage holes also create waterlogged conditions, which increase the risk of root rot.
  • Prolonged root bound condition causes leaves to become brown and slows the plant growth.

Steps for Repotting a Philodendron Camposportoanum

  • Soak the soil mix at least 24 hours before the repotting process begins.
  • Roots poking out of the drainage holes need to be trimmed initially.
  • Grasp the plant from the base and turn the pot upside down. Then tap the pot’s base to remove the plant entirely along with the soil ball.
  • Remove one-third part of the soil.
  • Trim tangled and long roots. Make sure you don’t cut the thicker roots.
  • Now take a pot and keep some pumice or pebbles at the base.
  • Then fill the pot up to two-thirds parts with a fresh potting mix.
  • Plant the Philodendron and fill the pot. Keep the soil 1-2 cm above the rim of the container.
  • Water the plant thoroughly and place it in a well-lit place.

The plant may be in shock for a few days and may show symptoms like drooping and wilting. However, don’t panic and continue with the general care routine of Philodendron.

The plant will revive to become a smiling plant within a week.

You may read about How to Repot a Philodendron? for the correct method of Repotting Philodendron

9. Pruning of Philodendron Camposportoanum

Philodendrons are generally pruned to remove the wilting, dead leaves and long, leggy stems. Removing long and leggy stems helps in making the Philodendron bushier.

You may also prune the plant to remove the diseased part to treat the problem and make your plant healthy and happy.

Tips for Pruning Properly

  • Prune the plant during the spring or fall season.
  • Use sharp and sterile scissors to cut the Philodendron.
  • It is best to cut stems just above the nodes.
  • Pruning of excessive and diseased roots is also equally important as pruning stems.
Before Pruning and After Pruning
Before Pruning and After Pruning (Source:

Toxicity of Philodendron Camposportoanum

Like any other Philodendrons, the sap of camposportoanum also contains calcium oxalate crystals. These crystals are toxic to humans and pets when ingested.

Problems like swollen tongue and throat, difficulty breathing, nausea, and vomiting are seen in humans.

Similarly, pets show symptoms like drooling, excessive salvation, fainting, etc.

Immediate help from professionals should be taken in the consumption of any part of Philodendron camposportoanum.

Moreover, keep the plant away from the reach of children and pets. Planting on a hanging basket is the best method to show off this beautiful plant and keep it away.

Cat near Indoor Plant
Cat near Indoor Plant (Source: Pixabay)

Philodendron Camposportoanum Propagation Methods

Philodendrons are generally propagated by stem cutting and air layering methods.

The best and easy-to-use method for propagating Philodendron camposportoanum is stem cutting.

Moreover, the best time to propagate is the spring or early summer.

Quick Check Before Propagating

The list of materials that you will need while propagating are:

Material neededPurpose
Pruning ShearsTo cut the damaged leaves, stems and roots
Gardening GlovesFor safety
Sphagnum MossTo retain moisture while air layering
Philodendron Potting MixPropagating medium

Propagation Via Stem Cutting

  • At first, select a healthy stem of 3-4 inches long, at least a year old.
  • Then use sterilized scissors to cut the stem. Ensure that the cut is made just below the nodes and at least two leaves on the cutting.
  • It is best to let the cutting stay in the air for about a week to form callous on the wounds. Roots can easily grow on a calloused cutting.
  • Now it’s time to plant your cutting on a fresh and porous potting mix.
  • Plant the cutting about 2 inches deep in the soil. An about two-third portion of the cutting should be buried inside the soil to ensure abundant root growth.
  • Then water the plant thoroughly and place it in bright indirect light.
  • Your plant should show signs of buds formation within a month.
Stem cutting of Philodendron camposportoanum (Source: Etsy)

Propagation Via Air Layering

  • At first, select a healthy stem of 3-4 inches long. It would be best to find a stem with some aerial roots.
  • Then using a sharp and sterilized knife, make a wound about 2 inches deep and 2 inches long.
  • Push a toothpick from the top and bottom of the wound to keep it wide open.
  • Now it’s time to cover the wound with sphagnum moss. Take a handful of wet sphagnum moss and place it around the wounded stem.
  • Then wrap the stem along with sphagnum moss with transparent plastic. Make two holes in the plastic to allow breathing.
  • Don’t forget to spray the moss with water every second day to keep it moist. Keeping the moss moist is very necessary to encourage root growth.
  • Roots will start to grow in about three weeks. After 4-5 weeks, it’s time to cut the stem and plant it in a pot.
  •  Cut the stem at least a few inches below the wound. Then remove the plastic wrap. You should be very careful during the process and not damage the fresh roots.
  • Now plant it on a fresh and well-draining soil mix covering all the roots. Water the plant thoroughly and place it in a location with bright and indirect sunlight. Care for the new plant is the same as for a matured plant.

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Common Problems in Philodendron Camposportoanum

1. Common Pests of Philodendron Camposportoanum

Philodendrons rarely get infected with pests. Pests might attack them when the plants are weak. So taking proper care of your Philodendron is a must to keep it unbothered by pests.

Mealybugs, aphids, thrips, spider mites, whitefly, and fungus gnats are some common pests of Philodendron.

While minimum infestation doesn’t affect the plant, a high infestation of pests can even kill it.

Name of PestSymptoms
AphidsTiny grey or black colored insect cover the leaf.
Mealy BugsWaxy bugs that have cotton-like substances wrapped around them
Scale InsectTiny, waxy pests.
Yellow or rust-colored spots can be seen on leaves.
ThripsTiny bugs that look like little threads
Spider mitesRounded-shaped black or red-colored mites.
Silky web can be seen around the plant.

Learn more about Identification of Insects Eggs on Leaves and Their Treatment.


  • Remove the pests by picking when the infestation is low.
  • You can control the flying insects by using a yellow sticky trap.
  • Dilute rubbing alcohol in an equal amount of water and soak a cotton ball to carefully wipe off the insects on the leaves and stem.
  • Spraying neem oil or horticultural oil after diluting in water helps to kill the pest.
  • Spraying low toxic insecticides like pyrethrin or insecticidal soaps after diluting water helps treat a heavy infestation of pests.

Preventive Measures

  • Dusting and wiping leaves with water helps keep the plant clean and discourages pest occurrence.
  • Keep the plant healthy by creating suitable growing conditions.
  • Check and quarantine the new plants for pests before adding them to your collection.
  • Ensure to use sterilized and pest free tools, potting mix, and propagation materials

2. Common Diseases in Philodendron Camposportoanum

Disease infestation is also less in Philodendron if the growing conditions are well maintained. It is a hardy plant and can fight back when the disease is localized.

The damp condition created by overwatering is the most important factor that initiates disease in Philodendron.

Some common diseases of Philodendron camposportoanum are Bacterial leaf spot/blight and Fungal Root rot.

The causative agents and symptoms of the common diseases are given in the table below:

Bacterial Leaf Spot (Erwinia spp)Spots on the leaf margin that turn rusty brown with yellow rings
Root rot (Rhizoctonia sp)Stunted growth, unfurling leaves and yellow leaves


  • Stop watering the plant immediately and let it stay dry for about a week.
  • If the root rot is on a small and isolated part, you can prune the diseased part and replant the Philodendron in a fresh potting mix.
  • Remove the diseased leaves in the case of bacterial leaf blight.
  • Chemical fungicides like Copper fungicide or Benomyl can be sprayed on the plant to treat the disease effectively.
  • If the disease has spread all over the plant, it is hard to rejuvenate it. In such conditions, bury the diseased plant safely to prevent infection to other plants.

Preventive Measures

  • Conscious watering to make the soil only moist is the best way to prevent diseases in Philodendron.
  • Avoid overhead watering and frequently misting the leaves.
  • Use well-aerated and fresh potting mix every time while repotting the plant.
  • Keep the soil porous and use a pot with drainage holes.
  • Allow air circulation around the plant by keeping adequate distance between the plants.
  • Check the new plant for disease symptoms before adding them to your collection of plants.

3. Leggy or Droopy Leaves

Droopy or leggy leaves are caused due to a lack of air humidity or high temperature.

High temperature and reduced humidity cause humid-loving plants to lose more water from leaves by increasing transpiration.

If the water supply from roots cannot fulfill the water requirement, the leaves of Philodendron will start to droop.

You should try to maintain the humidity and temperature of the room to the optimum level to prevent your plant from being floppy or limp.

A droopy and Leggy Philodendron grown in Inadequate sunlight
A droopy and Leggy Philodendron grown in Inadequate sunlight

4. Yellow Spots on Leaves

Yellow spots on leaves of Philodendron are generally caused due to overexposure of leaves to scorching sunlight.

Besides, the problem can also be caused due to bacterial and fungal infections, pest infestation, and cold injury.

You should treat your plant for the causes mentioned earlier to solve the yellow leaves of your plant.

5. Brown Blotches Between Leaf Veins

Brown blotches on leaves between the leaf veins are caused due to cold injury or frostbite.

Temperature below 50°F is not tolerated by Philodendron camposportoanum and causes irreversible injury to the plant.

Don’t keep the plant outdoors in the winter season to prevent cold injury.

Moreover, don’t place the pot in a breezy location or near the air conditioner to prevent this problem.

Healthy  Philodendron camposportoanum
Healthy Philodendron camposportoanum (Source: House of Aroids)

FAQs About Philodendron Camposportoanum

1. Does a Philodendron Camposportoanum Clean the Air?

Yes. Philodendron camposportoanum absorbs the toxins of the air through its leaves and roots.

It then releases the fresh oxygen free of toxins acting as a biofilter to the polluted air indoors.

2. Is Philodendron Camposportoanum a Climber?

No. Philodendron Camposportoanum is a non climber plant. But its vine-like growing habit makes it best for hanging baskets and moss poles.


Philodendron Camposportoanum is a small and adorable plant that will decorate your room effortlessly.

Its ever-changing shape and color of velvety leaves are sure to be a subject of talk with your plant-loving guests.

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