A beautiful, rare philodendron with large, wide, heart-shaped leaves with deep ridges.
Water: Water moderately when the top inch of the soil is dry, allow any excess water to drain completely.
Light: Philodendrons love bright, indirect sunlight. The more light they receive, the better they will grow.
Soil: A well draining potting soil is required. A mix of peat, sphagnum moss, bark, and perlite is ideal.
Humidity: This plant is a lover of humidity. Keep in the bathroom, near a humidifier, on a pebble tray, and mist often for best results.
Fertilizer: Fertilize once a month using a water soluble, houseplant fertilizer. Do not fertilize in winter.
Note: This particular philodendron has the potential to become an amazing climber, so having a totem/climbing pole around can help it become a bit more vertical\
Note: Keep away from pets and children!