Neon philodendrons are popular because they are easy to care for and look great in any room. They are also known for their fragrant flowers, which can be used in arrangements or as part of a garden.
Philodendron ‘Neon’ – 6″ Pot
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One of the plants that can really brighten up your home during the winter is a neon philodendron! This type of plant not only looks great in an office or living space, but they are also relatively easy to care for. In this article, we will discuss some of the key things you need to know about neon philodendron care and how to keep them healthy.
- Philodendrons are hard to kill, meaning they are drought tolerant
- These plants like a lot of moisture, but must usually be watered sparingly via a misting bottle. Dust could inadvertently accumulate and create mold if you neglect to upkeep its foliage
- To propagate the plant, simply cut off the tips of four new shoots and lay them on healthy roots
- As temperatures swing from cold to hot, take a look at what your neon philodendron is doing. If its green during the day and brown-ish at night, it needs more heat. If during the day it is alive but red during the night, more light should be provided for it
- Plants look great in a broad variety of home spaces. Care: Most plants need bright light, but none more than the philodendron
- Width is 8 inches
- Care: More day lilies bloom if they are placed in a bright location. Take care to direct sunlight throughout the plants cycle so they can receive enough light
- Labels on pots at nurseries can provide valuable expertise on the botanical name and any other important information related to growing
- Describe the type of plant you have.
- Explain your thoughts on the value of a plant in an office or living space.
- Explain the importance of maintenance to keep this type of plant thriving and healthy over time
- Keep your philodendron housed in an average pot with drainage holes at least three inches deep for continuous moisture, but be sure that there are no sharp edges. Philodendron leaves can easily be damaged if they touch anything. Consider using a pot with a bottom screen to avoid damaging the roots and make it easy to take care of any dead leaves. This is particularly important for older plants and larger specimens that take up more space.