Due to its name, philodendron is also known as tree buddy and is a member of the Araceae plant family. It is mostly indigenous to Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean islands, the neotropical rainforests of the U.S. state of Florida, and tropical South America. A hybrid of Philodendron wendlandii and Philodendron imbe is known as Philodendron wend-imbe. The bushy and tight growth habit of this relatively young species is unique, and the leaves are elongated and yet quite tiny. The beautiful white variegation that creates different patterns and dots on the leaves of the Philodendron wend-imbe variegata makes it very alluring.
Rare Philodendron wend-imde variegata prefers higher humidity and indirect lighting. An airy substrate and temperatures between 20 and 24 degrees Celsius are ideal. This tropical plant’s substrate must never entirely dry up. When the top few inches of soil are dry, watering is preferable. This encourages healthy development and prevents waterlogging. The amount of light, the humidity, the size of the plant, and the pot will all affect how frequently you really need to water.