Philodendron “Pedatum” (Florida Beauty)
- Plant Care
Philodendron 'Florida Beauty' is a hybrid from the Araceae family. It has deep green, multi-lobed leaves with a single large lower lobe and salmon pink petioles. Philodendron pedatum is a climbing aroid grown for its foliage. The deep green, multi-lobed, and oak-shaped leaves grow on reddish petioles.
Apart from being an ornamental plant, it further provides the benefits of air-purification. You don’t necessarily need to have a green thumb to grow one at your place. In fact, this low-maintenance plant is a nice choice for all including the beginners, lazy and the busy peeps.
Florida Beauty' wants bright, indirect light. It can tolerate some direct light but avoid hot midday sun or the leaves will scorch.Water the plants thoroughly once and then wait for the soil to be completely dry, or at least moist, before you water them again.Use a well-draining soil mix and water thoroughly, allowing excess to drain. A waterlogged soil will lead to yellow leaves15 - 25°CTwo types of fertilizers can be used for this plant. Either a water-soluble, fast-releasing, liquid fertilizer or a granular, slow-releasing fertilizer can work. Feeding them once every two weeks is enough.
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