Previously listed as Philodendron tenue
This way cool climbing Philo reminds me of Anthurium veitchii with its narrow pleated leaves. With leaves that can reach nearly 3 ft long, this beauty is a show stopper! A variable species, Philodendron sharoniae is found from Nicaragua to southern Ecuador on the Pacific slope and in Venezuela along the foothills of the Sierra de Perija through the Cordillera de la Costa as well as in the foothills of the Cordillera de Merida. Photo courtesy Ivan Portilla.
The plants we have at this time have about 6″ leaves.