The Philodendron Squamiferum is a stunning tropical plant not only easily recognized for its pedatum-shaded foliage but also its "hairy stems" (fuzzy petiole). Like most Philodendron, the Linnaei prefers well-draining media and to slightly dry between watering; to prevent "wet feet," allow the first several inches of the pot to completely dry before rewatering. It tolerates average household humidity, but always ensure plants are away from air vents and not placed in drafty areas. If inside, Philodendron can tolerate medium to medium-bright, indirect light; if outside, place in a semi-shaded area until fully acclimated to direct sun during warm and humid months. Always remember, the more light and warmth your Philodendron is getting, the more frequently you will have to water as the media will dry quicker.