Resembles a baby monstera/philodendron swiss

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  1. Lerple

    Lerple New Member

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    I have no clue what plant I am in possession of!
    I got this cutting from a friend, and the mother plant was just a tiny bit bigger than the tallest leaf on this plant, and had a mature root system.

    In my opinion the plant resembles a monstera or philodendron swiss cheese, but the leaves on this little guy are a little more round compared to the heart-shape of the monstera/philo swiss, where the leaf meets the stem.
    The mother plant had no slits on any leaves; they all looked like the pictures here, big and small!

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  2. wcutler

    wcutler Esteemed Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    Welcome, Lerple. We can see these photos, but if you want to try replying with attached photos (or you can practice in The Test Bed), instructions are at Attach photos and files
     
  3. Ron B

    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Plant shown is pretty juvenile, photos of source specimen would be best.
     
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    Sulev Active Member

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    Looks like a Philodendron cordatum to me.
     
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