We fell in love with Philodendron rugosum last year when we stocked them.
Not described to science until 1983, Philodendron rugosum is now officially designated as a "near threatened" species.
This Rugosum has been grown from a cutting. It is rooting well in sphagnum moss. The roots are clearly visible through the clear pot.
The leaf blades have a thick leathery texture which has led to the common name of Pig Skin or Pig Ear Philodendron especially in the wild.
Very easy to grow although this does prefer a more shaded spot.