Philodendron Tahiti is a rare and exotic plant that belongs to the Araceae family. It is a hybrid of the Philodendron bipinnatifidum and Philodendron selloum, which were first crossbred in 1950 by L.L. Johnson at the University of Florida.
The leaves are characterized by their beautiful curves and deep lobes, giving an impression of a tropical forest in your home. Care Tips: When planting Philodendron Tahiti, ensure you have enough space as this plant can grow up to 5ft tall and 4ft wide. The growth rate depends on environmental conditions such as humidity, temperature, light intensity, and soil quality.
One thing that sets Philodendron Tahiti apart from other houseplants is its tolerance for low-light conditions. Though it thrives in bright indirect light with high humidity levels, it can still survive in low-light conditions with minimal care and attention from the owner