One specimen at this price.
Please see the images of the mature source plant in my post. They are the last 5 images in the lineup. This is what you can expect from all specimens, regardless of current leaf variegation level.
A Brazilian native, P. burle-marxii grows as a tight, branching, upright specimen indoors. Ultimately, it will require staking support or it will cascade over the pot edge.
This cultivar does occasionally produce non-variegated, solid green leaves. This is natural, completely to be expected, and is not indicative of a reversion that should be cut out. This is a stable cultivar. Just enjoy it!
I’ve also seen this cultivar listed as Philodendron burle-marxii ‘Albovariegata’. Some quick research seems to suggest they are synonymous. I originally acquired this as ‘Albovariegata’.