These magnificent, massive plants bring the look of the tropics to any yard. They will grow in sun but do best in a part sun to part or full shade area.
This plant works as a tropical shrub, and may climb a nearby fence or tree.
Selloum grows a trunk eventually though you won't see much of it when the leaves droop over each other in dense layers.
These plants also work well in containers by the pool, on a patio or balcony, or even indoors.
This plant can grow 8 to 10 feet tall and 6 feet or more wide. It's a moderate grower that takes sun or shade but seems to prefer part sun to part shade.
These are tropical plants that do best in Zone 10, though they will do fine in Zone 9B if given cold protection. You can also grow them in large containers to bring inside during cold snaps.
Water regularly but give the plant time to dry out between waterings. Philodendrons cannot take a wet area - they'll rot.
Info credit: south-florida-plant-guide.com