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RARE Philodendron joepii - Joepii Philodendron Grown In Gel - SHIPPING ONLY


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Dive into the world of botanical elegance with the Philodendron Joepii, a rare gem sure to steal the spotlight in any plant collection. This philodendron wonder boasts broad, deeply lobed leaves that shimmer with a glossy, emerald sheen, creating a lush canopy that commands attention. Each leaf is a masterpiece, showcasing intricate veins that add depth and texture to its already captivating presence. Originating from the rainforests of South America, this species is celebrated among enthusiasts for its rarity and unique leaf structure, making it a coveted addition to indoor jungles. 

Ed's Plant Profile

  • Botanical Name: Philodendron joepii
  • Common Name: Joepii Philodendron
  • Family: Araceae (Aroid)
  • Native Range: Hybrid (often incorrectly attributed to Brazil; it is a cultivated variety)

Ed's Care Guide

  • Care Level: Easy
  • Light: Moderate to bright indirect light, can tolerate shade. Avoid direct light as this can burn/fade the leaves 
  • Water: Use a well-draining soil mix and keep evenly moist but not soggy by using well aerated soil and a pot with drainage. 
  • Humidity: Average, but prefers higher humidity (50-60% is ideal)
  • Temperature: 65-75F
  • Pruning: Prune as needed to remove brown or dead leaves and control growth.
  • Feeding: Fertilize with an all-purpose liquid plant food during spring and summer once a month.
  • Propagation: Stem cuttings in water or soil
  • Growth: Upright, vining
  • Pests: Generally not subject to pests with regular maintenance, but watch for common houseplant pests like spider mites, aphids, and mealybugs. 
  • Toxicity: Toxic to humans and pets


Step 1- DO NOT do anything to the culture for 1-2 days to allow them to adjust to their new temperatures

Step 2- Open the package & wash out the jelly as thoroughly as possible. A small paintbrush can be gently used to assist with the cleaning process. 

Step 3- Soak them in a rooting hormone if available. This step is not necessary for success but it will increase the root growth and get you off a good start

Step 4- Plant your cultures in the medium of your choice. We recommend a chunky blend of coco husk & perlite, any well-draining soil will do in a pinch

Step 5- Place them into a closed package (container or plastic bag) while allowing light to pass through. Place under a grow light or in a bright area out of direct sunlight

Step 6- Leave plants covered for the first 7 days.  The following 7 to 10 days slowly expose plants to ambient air. Each day exposing the plants to slightly more air until fully acclimated. 

It is up to the customer to be able to provide proper acclimation to the plantlets. Ed's Plant Shop will not be held liable for plantlets that do not survive acclimation. By purchasing this product, you agree to these terms