A beautiful, rare philodendron which features green, long, narrow, arrow shaped leaves with orange petioles.
Water: Allow the top inch of soil to dry out between moderate waterings. The more light this plant receives, the more it needs to be watered. Ensure this plant doesn't sit in standing water for too long, as this may lead to rot.
Light: This plant loves lots of bright, indirect sunlight. The more light they receive, the more they will grow.
Soil: A well draining, airy potting soil is recommended. One containing a mixture of peat, sphagnum moss, bark, and perlite is ideal.
Humidity: These plants are suckers for humidity. Keep near a humidifier or on a pebble tray, and mist often.
Fertilizer: Fertilize once a month using a water soluble houseplant fertilizer. Do not fertilize over winter months.
Tip: Keep away from pets and children!