Facts and details about the Philodendron Brandtianum to take good care of it.
Specifications, tips and information
Everything you need to know about the Philodendron Brandtianum
The Philondendron Brandtianum comes from the Araceae family. This Philodendron is characterized by its beautiful sliver/green leaves which grow in a heart shape.
Care and tips for the Philodendron Brandtianum
The amount of light is most important in the care of the Philodendron Brandtianum. The plant may have a light location, but no direct sunlight. The older the Philodendron gets, the more likely it is that new leaves will turn silver.
Watering this exclusive plant
The Brandtianum likes moist soil, but it should not remain wet for too long. Too much water can cause the leaves to turn brown, hang and cause root rot. It is best to feel the soil when the plant needs water. If the soil is very dry after two days, you can water more the next time. If the soil is still very wet after 2 days, you can water a little less.
Standing place of the Philodendron Brandtianum
The Philodendron Brandtianum can be placed in a light spot, without direct sunlight. When the leaves turn yellow and droop, this is a sign of too much sunlight.
Is this plant toxic?
This Philodendron is not poisonous to the touch. Ingestion of this plant can cause a swollen throat and stomach cramps, so be careful with pets and small children.
How is my exclusive plant shipped?
This houseplant is delivered in a cultivation pot. Special shipping boxes are designed for all our plants. The house plants stand firmly in the box and cannot go anywhere, so that they can be neatly delivered to your home.