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A truly classic beauty, the heart-shaped and emerald green leaves of the Philodendron Cordatum are easily identifiable. These beauties are a favored addition to houseplant collections due to their quick growth and easy-peasy care.
While we usually see the Cordatum displayed in the home as a dainty trailing plant, in its native Central American and Caribbean environment you can find them climbing up the sides of trees and mossy surfaces to heights up to 50 feet and with leaves that grow nearly a foot wide.
Allow your Philodendron to trail or stake it up on a moss pole to mimic its natural growth patterns!
Light: Philodendron Cordatum are highly adaptable to most lighting conditions, from filtered bright sun to low light. Avoid placing in direct sunlight to avoid scorching. Though these plants can survive in low light conditions, lower light conditions will contribute to slower growth and spaced out leaves.Water: Soil should be kept evenly moist, but never soggy. Water once the soil dries about halfway down in the pot. This plant favors a well-draining potting mixture. Yellowing leaves and mushy stems may indicate that your plant is being watered too frequently, while limp leaves are a good sign that your plant needs a drink.
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