With its unique shape and long stems reaching for the light, this philodendron has unique shaped leaves that emulate large hand shapes.
Bright indirect light. In lower light, the leaves turn a darker green; direct sun or too much light burns or fades the leaves.
Allow top 1" of soil to dry between waterings. Yellow leaves usually indicate too much water.
It grows best in rich, moisture-retentive soil that can be slightly alkaline.
Warm temperatures above 55 degrees. Keep them away from drafts and open doors especially during the winter.
South America, namely Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Argentina