Philodendron imbe variegata
Philodendron imbe variegata is a colorful climbing Philodendron with white spotting and large blotches on long narrow leaves. The leaves can grow around 2 feet long and 4 to 6 inches wide. This form of variegation seems different than many others it never revert to all green. If cut, the leaves are usually more white than if allowed to keep climbing. If climbing the leaves usually lose much of the blotching but keep white spots. I have heard that this is how the plant looks in the wild.
Foliage: Long leaves up to 2 feet or more white blotching and spots
Situation: Shade to part sun tropical
Zone: 9 and up
Species/Hybridizer: Species or selected form