Beautiful Philodendrons are among the most widely grown indoor plants due to their tough nature and tolerance of low light. Their long life expectancy and amazing adaptability to different settings make them very successful houseplants.
Bright to medium; avoid direct sun; keep out of cold drafts.
Allow the soil to dry slightly between waterings, especially in lower light. In winter, water less often. Rinse the leaves periodically to keep them clean. In summer, feed every two weeks with a common houseplant fertilizer. Repot only when the roots have filled the pot and the plant can no longer take up water. Do not use overly large containers as philodendrons benefit from crowding.
Shape, color and size of plants may vary slightly.