The Philodendron Florida Ghost is a rare Aroid. These are a hybrid of the Philodendron Squamiferum and a Philodendron pedatum. In their juvenile form, the multi-lobed leaves surprisingly unfurl in glossy white color. They remain yellow and green until they mature to a dark-green shade. Just like the majority of other philodendrons, this plant has air-purifying properties.
Water: These plants prefer to stay slightly moist during their active growth periods, however avoid letting the soil get soggy. The best way to do this is to allow your soil to dry out slightly in between watering.
Light: Bright indirect sunlight is ideal for the Florida Ghost Philodendron. You can place it indoors near a window, where the sun lights but doesn’t reach the plant directly. Importantly, exposure to direct sunlight may burn the foliage. Yellowing of leaves is a part of development. However, if a large number of leaves are turning yellow, it may be a symptom of over-exposure to sunlight.
Photographs are representative of the species and not the specific plant shipped.