Philodendron Narrow Escape
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HOW TO PROPAGATE YOUR PHILODENDRON:
- Cutting in potting mix: Cut 3-4 inches long branch with some foliages and aerial roots. Remove the leaves at the bottom of the cutting that will be pushed into the soil. Push 1-2 inches of the bare stem and moist the soil sufficiently. Keep in shade. Look out for new growth of the new developing plant. Wait for a week to let the root system develop and then re-pot it to a larger one.
- Cutting in water: Cut 3-4 inches long branch with some foliages and aerial roots. Remove the leaves at the bottom of the cutting or else these will rot when dipped in water. Keep changing the water every 4-5 days and let the root system develop and then plant in the soil.
|ORIGIN||West Indies and Tropical forests of Americas|
|COLOURS ON PLANT||Neon yellow, Lime yellow, light yellow, mango yellow|
|PLANT TYPE||Tropical; Indoor plant; NON-CLIMBING TYPE|
|SOIL||Loose, moist (not wet), well-draining mix, acidic/ high organic matter|
|LIGHT REQUIREMENT||Bright Indirect light|
|WATERING||2-3 times a week (increase watering in hot temperature)|
|FERTILIZERS||Once or twice during summers (April-May)|
KNOW YOUR PHILODENDRONS:
These are native to the Tropical forests of West Indies and Americas. They prefer wet, humid, climate and being a resident of tropical forests prefer organically rich soil. There are two types of philodendrons: climbing and non-climbing philodendrons. The leaves of philodendron are different young and old phase; younger leaves lighter in shade and older ones much darker. They range from 1-20 feet tall height and 1-6 feet width varying in different species.
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