This plant closely resembles its relative the climbing Philodendron,
with its handsome climbing or trailing foliage. It has an unusual
feature of changing leaf shape with maturity.
The young, arrowhead-shaped leaves on the ends of erect stalks
become, with age, lobed with 7 to 9 glossy leaflets growing to 12 in
(30 cm) long.
There are several varieties with variegated leaves in cream or pink.
Cultivation: They need rich soil, protection from direct sun .
Allow the medium to dry out between waterings.
Tip pruning encourages compact growth.
Propagate from cuttings.