I'm guessing that if you had already had hands on other hardy plants and you are ready for a new challenge - these fall in more less as medium level plant to grow and maintenance.
Here in the Collection:
Philodendron - NeonPhilodendron - Brasil
Philodendron - Neon
Philodendron - Lemon Lime / Philodendron - Ceylon Golden
Philodendron Hederaceum "Micans"
Philodendron - Burle Marx
Philodendron Raja Congo
Philodendron Hastatum - Silver Sword
Philodendron Bipennifolium (Horsehead Philodendron)
One main factor on their difference is that philodendron are able to produce inflorescence whereas the pothos don't. Pothos may have thicker and larger leaves and able to grow more vigorously in comparison whereas philodendron may not but again some species do tend to grow larger leaves.
Another key factor that is often missed is that Phildendron often have a cataphylls (a leaf sheaths) whereas pothos do not. Philodendron also tend to have a longer tail at the leaf end.
Pothos tend to fold their leaves upwards whereas philodendron do not.
Their common may be tricky with many overlapping common names.
This variety do not have any splash marking like the rest of the variegated types.
The tones are very much like lime colored with a heart shaped leaf.
If you are a new with this plant, you might think that this had either had too much exposure to direct sun or it's sick with something.
The reality is this is one of the newer cultivars recently introduced in the market.
It's yet to pick up its pace into popularity as this plant is sold on a higher price for a small portion. This variety is a slow grower in comparison with other cultivars.
Brasil is a marvelous plant. I had not seen anything so beautiful like this one.
No two leaves are the same.
The splashes somehow embedded into the leaf shape forming folds and dentures.
Just like Neon, it had been recently introduced in the market.
I had noticed that Brazil tend to switch itself back to Neon and vise versa.
I believe it's still unstable and reverts to its original cultivar.
It appears to have a slight variation of leaf structure but having the same color tones with Philodendron Lime (which is more on a heart shape) I realized that these types do not grow big in leaf shape size rather grow big by volume rather than increasing the size of the plant.
It does look very similar to heart leaf philodendron scandens,
the only difference is that this one owns the velvety sheen.
Coming to that, Philodendron lacerum does have that features but still fall in this category (or I might be wrong as they might renamed it)
Anyway, featuring this unique philodendron that breaks the pothos (heart shaped) foliage norms.
There are so many new varieties that had been released in the market that is difficult to keep up with the new cultivars.
Philodendron Birkin - I thought I saw a yellow variegated version of a Canna Lily or mistaken it for this one. Seriously I really can't tell the difference.
It seemed that these are very much grow like a dwarf type appearing to be very compact without the trailing vine. Only time will tell when they outgrow the pot from their comfort zone.
Commonly known as a Heart Leaf Phildendron.
I had almost mistaken this for a Betel Leaf plant only to realize that the elegant appearance of the Heart shaped foliage appeared to be more rounder than an oval shape.
I find this philodendron is quite hardy compared to the rest of the types.