Facts and details about the Philodendron Florida Green to take good care of it.
Specifications, tips and information
Everything about the Philodendron Florida Green
The leaves of the Philodendron Florida Green have a special shape and each leaf is unique in its appearance and color. The plant gets more white leaves / spots the older it gets. The Philodendron Florida Green originally comes from the rainforest and climbs here against trees and rocks.
Care and tips for the Philodendron Florida Green
The Florida Green is easy to care for. However, it must be in the right place. Direct sunlight will stop the coloring of the leaves and their development. If the Philodendron is / becomes less beautiful, we recommend that you place it in a different location.
Watering this exclusive plant
In the beginning, keep an eye on the Florida Green for water. This plant may have a moist soil, but it should not remain wet for too long. When the leaves turn brown and droop, this is a sign of too much water. The top layer of soil is allowed to dry a bit before watering again.
Standing place of the Philodendron Florida Green
Place the Florida Green in a light place, out of direct sunlight. When the leaves start to droop and turn yellow, this is a sign of too much light. In this case, place the plant a bit darker.
Is this plant toxic?
The Florida Green is not poisonous to the touch. Ingestion of this plant can lead to a swollen throat and stomach cramps, so be careful with pets and small children.
How is my Florida Green 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.