The Met Precolumbian Planter & Philodendron
Celebrate diverse perspectives on art and mark The Met’s 150th anniversary year with this limited-edition sand-colored planter. The timeless bowl silhouette derives its design from ancient Precolumbian vessels in The Met collection. It is paired with our easy-going Philodendron Green with heart-shaped leaves. Includes drainage hole and saucer. Exclusive to The Sill and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Arrives potted in our ceramic planter.
Thrives in medium indirect light, but can tolerate low indirect light.
Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Increase frequency with increased light.
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Philodendron is a genus of herbaceous evergreen tropical plants which belongs to the aroid family Araceae. Taxonomically, the genus Philodendron is considered to be a ‘trashbag’ genus because newly-discovered plants that look like philos are placed in this group until they can be further parsed out. This is not uncommon as many aroids tend to look like one another at some point in their life cycle. This particular Philodendron has delicate heart-shaped green leaves and trailing wiry vines.
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