This philodendron has many shades of green on it's it's long broad leaves! It is one hardly seen in cultivation. These Philodendron will do best in a warm humid environment.
These will need in a bright space with filtered light. Because of the variegation, they need slightly brighter conditions than regular other philodendron due to the lack of chlorophyll. It is best to avoid any sort of direct sun as this can potential burn foliage. Water as the top 2-3" of soil is dry which may be roughly 7-10 days. When re-potting use a semi-coarse soil medium. For best growth results, these would prefer a surface to climb up such as a moss pole.