Philodendron warszewiczii grows in dry forest life zones, usually on rocks or sometimes as an epiphyte. The Philodendron warszewiczii is notable for its bipinnate, feathered leaves and swollen trunk. Adventitious roots grow directly off the main truck, this adaptation allows the plant to access more nutrition and water. Philodendron warszewiczii has one known medical use, a decoction of the leaves is added to baths to treat rheumatic pain.
Family Name | Araceae
Native to | Mexico to Central America