Philodendrons are tropical vining plants known for their glossy green leaves. The name, derived from the Greek words ‘philo’ (love) and ‘dendron’ (tree), translates to “lover of trees”.
Philodendron erubescens offers a wide variety of leaf colors, with red and pink hues being especially common, particularly on the leaf undersides.
Though devoid of red coloration, both white wizard and white knight philodendrons exhibit green leaves with white or light green variegations.
Both varieties are vining philodendrons, capable of growing along supports or hanging from baskets. The white knight tends to grow taller, reaching 4 to 6 feet, while the white wizard remains more compact, usually not exceeding 2 to 3 feet in height.