If you have a fascination with long, big leaf philodendrons, you are looking for this big guy - his foliage is exquisite, plus, he is a very hardy, no-fuss plant.
Philodendron Sharoniae is an absolutely stunning aroid. These can have leaves up to 1 m long, with green, ridge-patterned leaves making him an absolutely incredible aroid.
He will do absolutely fine in low light and high humidity of 60-70%. He needs well-draining soil and a frequent watering schedule. It also requires a monthly liquid fertilizer to flourish as being a heavy feeder.
This Philodendron grows well in moderate light and a moist, well-draining substrate and is happier in a higher light window on a totem.
As a fast-growing Philodendron with robust growth, sharoniae will grow several branches as it matures.
The interesting fact about this plant is that it keeps elongating until it finds something to grow on.