Philodendron plants are available in an amazing variety of sizes and shapes, ranging from tall, tree-like plants with huge, lacy leaves to vining types with heart-shaped foliage. Growing philodendron is relatively easy, even for busy or forgetful gardeners. To get the most from your plants, it helps to have information on proper philodendron care. The following articles provide specifics on growing and caring for philodendron plants.
Philodendron selloum is an easy plant to grow. You get a lot of plant for minimal effort, as it will grow into a large shrub or small tree with large, decorative leaves and requires little care. Learn more about these “split-leaf” philodendron plants here.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Tree philodendron houseplants are long-lived plants that need only the simplest of care. In fact, too much TLC might make them grow so large you’re unable to move them indoors for the winter. Learn about tree philodendron care in this article.
While they have a reputation as great easy-to-grow houseplants, can philodendron plants grow outdoors? Why yes, they can! So let?s learn more about how to care for philodendrons outside! Click this article for additional information.
Can you cut back philodendrons? Yes, you sure can. Although they don?t require a lot of pruning, occasionally cutting back philodendron plants keeps these beauties looking their best and from becoming too large. This article will explain more.
The philodendron Congo Rojo is an attractive warm weather plant that produces showy flowers and interesting leaves. It gets the name ?rojo? from its new leaves, which unfurl in a deep, shiny red fading to a burgundy green color once mature. Learn more here.
Growing fiddleleaf philodendrons in the home interior brings the experience of a hot, steamy forest filled with exotic flora into your home. Learn more about this plant?s care in the article that follows, so you too, can enjoy this tropical wonder.
Philodendrons are very popular indoor plants but sometimes their leaves can turn yellow or brown. Click on this article for causes for philodendron leaves turning yellow and brown, and what you can do to about it.
There is lots of confusion when it comes to tree and split leaf philodendrons - two different plants. That being said, the care of both, including repotting, is fairly similar. For more information about how to repot a lacy tree philodendron, click here.
For generations, philodendrons have served as a mainstay in interior gardens. Philodendron care is easy because if you watch for the signals, the plant will tell you exactly what it needs. Learn more here.
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