The Philodendron pedatum is a climbing aroid houseplant. The plant has green, multi-lobed, oak-shaped leaves growing on red to purple petioles. This low-maintenance plant needs medium to bright indirect light and watering after the upper soil gets partially dry.
Follow the simple soak and dry philodendron watering strategy. You need to keep the potting mix moist and not wet. Water the plant and let the upper 2 inches of the soil get partially dry. We always need to adjust the watering routine according to the weather. In summer, once a week generally seems to be enough. On the other hand, once in 10 to 14 days go fine for the winter days.