Philodendron billietiae has longer than wide leaves that can get upwards of 24” in length as the plant matures. Their leaves point downward with slight arches in their leaf petioles, making them a great specimen for a shelf or somewhere they can be admired from above. These are a slow growing, vining specimen. Their colors range from a deep green, variegated, to nearly black and are priced accordingly.
Like many exotic philodendron, these enjoy bright, indirect light, well-draining aroid soil substrate, and watering when the soil feels dry.