Philodendron verrucosum is a colorful Philodendron with velvety leaves. It is a hemiepiphyte that starts its life as a seed growing in the canopy of trees and is eventually reaching the soil with its roots.
A hemiepiphyte is a plant that grows at least for a part of its lifecycle as an epiphyte. Epiphytes are plants that are growing attached to other trees.
There are many variants of Philodendron verrucosum, but at least two distinct forms can be differentiated.
The Philodendron verrucosum with the red on the backside of the leaf blade and the variant with the green backside.
For sale is the verrucosum with the red on the backside.