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Philodendrons are among the most popular, tolerant, and durable of all house plants, with Bright yellow paddle shaped leaves.

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Philodendrons are among the most popular, tolerant, and durable of all house plants.

There are many different species of Philodendrons, each possessing it's own characteristics as to leaf size, shape or coloring. Some species climb while others remain in more of a shrub shape.

What Philodendrons all have in common is there ability to survive neglect and adverse conditions.

The foliage is a bright yellow with yellow-pink petioles. The leaves grow form 5-9" long and 3-4" wide. This is a great plant for a totem, large terrarium or house plant near a sunny window. 

It is easy to grow in a tropical garden or as a house plant. 

Foliage: Bright yellow paddle shaped leaves.

Planting & Care

  • They will tolerate low light, but if there is too little light, the new leaves will develop smaller, and farther apart on the stem.
  • On the other hand, direct sunlight will burn the foliage, and stunt the growth of the plant.
  • Keep the soil evenly moist, but allow it to dry out between waterings. Keep Philodendrons slightly drier during the winter months, when the growth slows.
  • Over watering will cause the leaves to turn yellow.
  • Under watering will cause the leaves to turn brown and fall off.
  • Feed your Philodendron in the spring and again in mid summer with a liquid house plant fertilizer.
  • The ideal growing temperature is between 75 and 85 degrees F. during the day and in the 60's at night. Philodendron Plants will survive for a short time in temperatures as low as 36 degrees F.
  • Wash the leaves regularly to prevent the pores from becoming plugged with dust.

Philodendrons will tolerate the level of humidity found in most homes, but high humidity promotes lush growth and shiny foliage, so it is a good idea to mist the plant regularly.


Depending on the type of Philodendron grown, propagation can be accomplished by stem cuttings, by air layering, or by offsets removed from the parent plant.

Philodendrons can also be grown from seed, but this is a long, slow process to get a specimen sized plant. The seeds must be kept moist and at a temperature of 75-80 degrees F. for germination, which take from 15 to 30 days.

Note :

  • 10 inch plastic pot free
  • Including menure and insecticides and composite
  • Cartage extra
  • 6 inch to 3 ft Height


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