Thaumatophyllum spruceanum (Philodendron goeldii)
Thaumatophyllum spruceanum, which was reclassified from philodendron goeldii is has incredibly unique foliage! Definitely worth the quick google search to see what the mature foliage looks like.
Provide bright indirect light to medium indirect, northern, western or eastern exposure. Can tolerate low light but watering will need to be adjusted accordingly. Allow to dry out slightly between watering, do not over water to avoid chance of rot. This plant prefers high humidity, can be grown in a terrarium or glass enclosure. Situating close to a humidifier is also beneficial. This plant needs a well drained soil. Use a high perlite mix. You can also add orchid bark and LECA to increase drainage. Allow roots to fill the pot before re-potting. Increase pot diameter one size at a time.