Painted lady philodendrons are a popular houseplant because of their beautiful flowers. These plants have been around since the 1800s and are still popular today. There are many reasons why painted lady philodendrons are so popular. First, they are easy to grow. Second, their flowers are colorful and attractive. Third, they require little care once they get established in the home. Fourth, their plants can grow large, making them an ideal choice for small spaces or for those who want a lot of flowers on their plant. Finally, painted lady philodendrons are relatively easy to propagate via stem cuttings.
Philodendron ‘Painted Lady’ – 4″ Pot
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One of the most popular flowering plants in home gardens is the Philodendron. With its beautiful, brightly colored petals, this plant is a show-stopper. But what you may not know is that Philodendron species come in a range of colors, and some of them are quite unusual. In this article, well take a look at the Painted Lady Philodendron, one of the more colorful varieties.
- Painted Lady Philodendron is a houseplant commonly called the Spider Plant due to its spineless stem. Its this unusual stem thats giving it its name rather than its unique coloration
- This houseplant is great for brightening up a dark corner of the home with its beautiful pinkish-orange flowers
- There are nineteen varieties of Philodendron, and although they are typically found in hotter climates, they can be grown as far North as Canada
- Learn about the basic needs of Philodendron plants
- Find the perfect room for your Philodendron
- Learn multiple ways to stimulate your Philodendrons growth
- Painted Lady Philodendron is perfect for home gardens.
- Known for their wonderful multi-variety flowers, which come in yellow, white, purple and red.
- Large leaves make Philodendron seem more related to palm trees than bromeliads or Spanish Moss.
- Nurture the Painted Lady Philodendron, who likes to be watered every two to three days and shares the enclosure with other potted plants.
- The porous nature of the soil is perfect for water, so keeping a container full helps retain humidity and prevent mold.
- When harvesting leaves from your Painted Lady, take note where they are yellowing or browning, as these signify disease and should be removed.
- Description Bullet Points:
- One of the most popular flowering plants in home gardens
- A show-stopper
- Includes information on pruning, watering, shedding leaves and preparing for next bloom cycle
- Identify your Philodendrons individual leaflets
- Find which of the genus Philodendron fits you best
- Discover which plants will grow best in your area and talking about the key characteristics that set philodendrons from one to another.
- See our Philodendron rating system with website recommendations for your type of soil and climate