This stunning philodendron rests in a hanging wooden orchid box. The leaves also become more defined with age, and grow into a whirled shape. Since it can live happily in a range of indirect light, this plant has versatile placement.
limate - Native to tropical regions of South America
Light - Bright indirect, but can do very limited direct if acclimated slowly
Soil - Well-draining potting soil
Water - Water weekly, allow top inch to dry before watering.
Humidity - Likes increased humidity, but does not require added humidity
Temperature - Typical indoor temperature acceptable, prefers temperatures above 65 degrees
Fertilizer - Fertilize monthly in spring and summer with a balanced fertilizer containing macro-nutrients, fertilize every 6-8 weeks in fall and winter