Philodendron Florida - Standard/Green
- The Philodendron thrives in bright, indirect light. However, this plant will also adapt to low and medium light.
- Water every couple of weeks (depending on light conditions), allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Increase frequency with increased light. Decrease frequency with lower light.
- They like a rich, somewhat chunky soil mix with a good dose of peat that drains well. You don’t want the roots to stay too wet otherwise they’ll rot. A good mixture would be 1/2 potting soil, ¼ coco coir (which is also called coco fiber), and 1/4 pumice/perlite.
- Philodendrons are poisonous to pets, and any ingestion is cause for an immediate call to your vet.