This evergreen climber is often called heartleaf philodendron and is sold in commerce these days. It is often seen in the 4 feet tall range having bright, glossy, heart-shaped, dark green leaves that may have bronze tinges emerging. Infrequently, greenish-white arum family flowers appear after the plant matures. Moreover, the twining stems of this plant will either trail from a pot or climb up a column if provided support. Avoid direct sun exposure and place it in bright indirect light. Make sure to water regularly during the growing season but decrease watering sessions in fall to late winter.