Philodendron cordatum (Angra dos Reis) has been a very odd and beautiful plant to grow. We first obtained this plant through a friend as (Angra dos Reis)and it has sense been IDed as cordatum. These plants were grown from collected seed out of Brazil. The plant has large leaves, white veins and red sap glands that produce a sugar like sap for ants which help rid the plant of other pests. The leaves can measure up to 3 feet and is climber.
I have found that growing Philodendrons from seed gives you multiple variations of the plant. Some of these have more veins or spots others tend to have rounder or slender leaves. So it seems no two plants are exactly alike.
Mature Cuttings . Plants are from seed collected in Brazil. Plants maybe top cuttings or rooted in 6 inch pots depending time of the year.? A large plant shipped with mature 2 foot foliage.
Foliage: Green leaves with white veins and red spotted sap glands
Flower: White spath
Situation: Full sun to part shade
Zone: 9 and up