This stunner has broad ovate foliage that emerge a red/burgundy, fading to dark green at full maturity. Unlike most philodendrons that vine or climb, this plant has a basal/mounding growth habit, commonly known as a "self-header".
Philodendrons love loose well draining soil with plenty of organic matter. A peat based mix with some added perlite for drainage would do best. Water after the first few inches of soil dry out, these plants recover much better from under-watering than they do from over-watering! Fertilize regularly in the growing months, and every 6-8 weeks in the winter.