Philodendron (Philodendron pendulum) is a genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae. The genus is distributed mostly in the tropics, but there are some species that can be found in temperate regions as well. Philodendrons typically have pendulous stems and large leaves. The flowers are typically small and white, although some varieties can be brightly colored. Philodendrons are popular houseplants because they are easy to care for and do not require a lot of water or fertilizer. They can grow in a variety of environments, including light or heavy soils, and they can tolerate a range of temperatures. Some Philodendrons, such as the silver sword philodendron (P. argentatum), are grown as ornamental plants because of their striking foliage and flowers. The silver sword philodendron is native to Brazil, where it is commonly found in rainforest habitats. It is an attractive plant because of its large leaves and brightly coloured flowers. The flowers are typically small, but they are prized for their unique appearance and fragrance.