The Philodendron Camposportoanum plant is also known as the Horsehead Philodendron or the Fiddleleaf Philodendron.
This Philodendron has basic care needs. It requires indirect sunlight, an average watering schedule, and well-draining loamy soil.
The interesting nicknames come from the unique shape of the shiny leaves.
Some Philodendron Camposportoanum leaves are in the shape of a horse head. Others grow into the shape of a violin. Please note juvenile plants will grow heartshaped leaves at first and then as the plant matures the leaf shape will become more violin or horse head shaped.
This fun Philodendron plant is a vine climber. It wraps itself mossy plant poles or anything it can reach. It will grow faster as a happy plant if you provide it with a pole or trellis to climb.