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Bright indirect sunlight
Water twice a week
Bright indoors, shaded outdoors
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Fertilizer/ feed for the plant:A well balanced fertilizer every fifteen days in its main growing season – summer months, and a rich compost mix potting medium while potting or repotting and its set for a long haul.
Repotting : An easy to maintain plant that you will have to repot once the roots start growing out of the current pot. Choose a pot slightly larger than the older pot when repotting.
Propogation : The easiest family of plants to propagate, the philodendrons can be easily propagated by stem cuttings, air layering, or by offset both in soil and in water.
1. Why are my Philodendron leaves curling?
If your Philodendron isn’t getting enough water, the leaves start curling. It can also happen due to overwatering which will drown the roots.
2. Philodendron leaves are turning yellow and drooping.
Philodendron leaves turning yellow and drooping is a sign of overwatering. Water your plant less frequently to correct this problem.
3. Why are leaves of my Philodendron turning brown?
Leaves of Philodendrons turn brown due to insufficient water. If you are keeping long gaps between watering , start watering it more often.
Light Requirements :Indoors, the Philodendron Golden Heart needs bright indirect light but it can grow well in full shade too. Outdoors, your Philodendron needs partial sunlight. Direct sunlight can burn your plant.
Locations :Indoors you can place your Philodendron in a south or west facing window which will protect your plant from direct sunlight and at the same time provide just the right amount for it to thrive. Shaded balconies also are ideal for the Philodendron.
Styling/decor tip :Whatever your decor is, the large, heart - shaped, leathery leaves of the Philodendron will add life to your living space. A Philodendron in your living room will add texture and colour and also make your living room feel more tropical. Let it trail form on top of shelves or hanging planters to add character, let it climb the walls with the help of a trellis or wire clips for a more tropical feel or let it thrive on a moss stick to add height to your space. Easy to grow with its beautiful leaves hanging delicately form the vines, it’s your go to plant.
Our one of a kind self-watering pots have been designed to suit our plant parent's busy schedule. The planter reservoir stores extra, available for uptake by the plants through capillary action as per their need. The idea is to reduce the hassle of daily watering and simplify plant care. Perfect Sizes for both home and desktop use and sturdy to handle and free of spilling hassles.
Our resilient tub packaging guarantees that your plant babies reach you in perfect condition without any in-transit damage. The pots are secured in place to ensure that they don't move from their positions and vents to help them breathe comfortable till they reach home. The packaging has been made sustainably with a completely biodegradable tube and lids made of recycled plastic waste.
To make sure that you get the plant you see on the website, our plants come with a nutrient dense soil less potting mix that sustains the plant during transit and discourages any infestation. The organic starch jelly holds moisture for the entire journey till they reach you. The soil is further enriched with slow release fertilisers to give your plant a steady food bank for six months.
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Philodendrons need to be well watered. Keep the soil evenly moist but allow the soil to dry out in between waterings. Make sure you are not overwatering.
No, Philodendron is toxic if ingested by your pets.
No, although their leaves look similar, Philodendron and Money Plant are not the same.
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