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Damaged growth on herbaceous or non-woody plants, such as cannas, elephant ears, birds-of-paradise, begonias, impatiens, philodendrons and gingers, may be pruned back to living tissue.
Many of us fret over every car wash, every long shower, every thirsty philodendron on the mantle.
At Olive & Oliver—the Hawaiian Surfjack Hotel’s coffee shop slash clothing boutique—the pineapple, philodendron, and palm tree patterns give us some serious aloha vibes.
In addition to the full-wrap Martinique print cakes, Jones-Mann also makes them with a philodendron leaf pattern seen here.
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PHILODENDRON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of philodendron for English Language Learners
: a kind of plant with attractive leaves that people often grow indoors
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