Philodendron Pedatum is also called the Oak Leak Philodendron. These high climbing philodendron's leaves will get ever bigger the higher they grow. Their green color loves the shade! Give bright, indirect light. Allow the first inch or so to dry out before watering again. While not true of all philodendrons, many will begin vining down, or climbing up if given the opportunity.
It optimal conditions, a mature Pedatum can get up to 3 meters tall with leaves getting about a foot long. This native of Venezuela and Brazil makes a beautiful indoor plant. It makes a great hanging basket plant, and looks great in pots.
Keep between 60 and 80 degrees, medium sun, and protection from strong afternoon sun. Like most Philodendrons, it likes a loose, fertile soil mix. A typical mix is equal parts of potting soil, fine orchid bark, and perlite, pumice, or coarse sand. Aim to keep the soil evenly moist, but not soggy.
This plant comes in a 4" growers pot, with 1 growth point and many 5 lobed leaves.