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Philodendron bipennifolium, also known as the fiddleleaf philodendron, is a species of tropical plant distinguished by its unusually shaped and striking leaves that resemble the shape of a fiddle or violin. This plant is native to the tropical regions of South America, particularly Brazil, where it thrives as an epiphyte or terrestrial plant in moist forests. Its leaves are large, deeply divided, and richly green, making it a popular choice among indoor plant enthusiasts due to its exotic aesthetic and adaptability to home environments. Besides its beauty, Philodendron bipennifolium is valued for its ease of care, requiring only well-drained soil, moderate watering, and indirect light to flourish.