Style and Decor
Light Requirements :It is essentially an indoor plant that can also be used as a statement piece in the shady areas of your garden space. The Philodendron Birkin thrives in bright indirect light and thrives the best to reward you with stunning green foliage. In an outdoor space, avoid direct light to save the plant from burning, dappled light or partial shade works best.
Locations :In an indoor space, place it near a window with bright indirect light and no direct sunlight on your plant. Although the philodendron can grow in medium light, the growth rate slows down. Shaded balconies also are ideal for the Philodendron.
Styling/decor tip :Versatility is its name – any décor, any space – the large leaves with variegations are your answer. Let it take the centre stage in your sitting room with stunning metallic planters and a moss stick to give it growing support and add height to your room. The Birkins are a global rage right now for their unconventional beauty and they add the required depth to any plant cluster. The smaller varieties can be used as table top plants too.