Philodendron Gloriosum Plant Care

Family: AraceaeBotanical name: Philodendron gloriosum

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Philodendron gloriosum it's part of the Araceae family, in the genus Philodendron. This plant it's a crawling, terrestrial aroid, native to Colombia. The main characteristic of the Gloriosum is the heart-shaped leaf with a velvety surface, pink margins, and light green, white, or pink veins.

If you are looking for a majestic plant to add to your collection, Philodendron Gloriosum will not disappoint. The huge velvet leaves are a show stopper that doesn't require too much care compared to other plants.

Philodendron Glorisoum is easy to grow as long as you are willing to put a bit of effort into providing good humidity.

Pro tips

Indirect lights it's best for Philodendron Gloriosum. Too bright or direct sun will bleach and burn the leaves.


Moderate light is advised for this glorious plant. Indirect light will be best (direct sun is to be avoided as it can bleach leaves).


Water when soil is starting to dry out but don't adopt length drought periods.


This tropical plant really loves humidity. In exchange, it will reward you with bigger velvety leaves.


Feed during the growing season as per your product's instructions.

Moisture level

Keep soil evenly moist.