split-leaf philodendron question
Would someone explain to me whether there is a species of true pbilodendron called the split-leaf philodendron, or if ONLY Monstera deliciosa goes by that misnomer.
I saw a lovely little plant for sale in a grocery store yesterday labeled "split-leaf philodendron." It had oval-ish mostly solid leaves that were beginning to form splits on some. The leaves weren't more than 4" long. It LOOKED very philodendrony, and I'd love to have it, but I have a creeping feeling that this is M. deliciosa that's being fed a growth regulator, and when that is all used up, the monster will emerge and eat my living room.
I find too much contradictory information on the web. I need insight from a real person.