The saddle leaf philodendron is a large plant with enormous, shiny, green leaves deeply cut into fingerlike projections. It is one of the tree philodendrons, producing a short, thick trunk and aerial roots to prop itself up.
P. bipinnatifidum is a close relative with even more deeply incised leaves.
Allow this plant plenty of room: it can reach up to five feet in diameter. If given insufficient light, the leaf stalks will be long and weak, unable to support their own weight.