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Philodendron Selloum Plant

Philodendron Selloum Plant

SKU: SAPL0043
₹1,199.00 Regular Price
₹1,019.15Sale Price

 

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Philodendron Selloum Plant -  1 pc

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  • About Plant- Philodendron Selloum Green is an evergreen, attractive houseplant. A very vigorous growing vine with waxy, golden green, stiff, bipinnate leaves it has 10 to 12 segments on each side of the midrib. Its slow-growing habit makes it a rosette; leaves are lobed, dark green, ideal for indoors & outdoor shade.

     

    Philodendron Selloum Plant Care

     

    Light- Philodendron Selloum as a houseplant likes to be in bright, indirect light or dappled light with some shade. The plant can become used to bright, direct light, but it will see a rapid increase in growth and will need frequent fertilization to sustain this growth.

     

    Water- This plant has moderate watering needs. You will need to strike a balance between moist but not wet soil, as moisture is needed to help the plant thrive, but wet soil will encourage root rot and be fatal for the plant.

     

    Humidity- This plant requires a humid environment to truly thrive, but most homes are not typically areas of high humidity, so you will need to artificially increase the moisture content of the air to meet this need.

     

    Temperature- Philodendron Selloum is accustomed to warm temperatures. It grows best in temperatures typically found in homes, which is one of the reasons it makes such a good houseplant. It can be kept outdoors during the summer if you wish, but it will not tolerate temperatures lower than 55° F.

     

    Propagation- Philodendron Selloum can be propagated from stem cuttings. A good way to do this is following a pruning session to ensure leaves you have pruned from the plant do not go to waste and can be used to create new plants for your collection.

     

    Pruning- This plant can be pruned to control its size or to encourage a bushier look. Over time, leaves will occasionally brown, and these need to be removed by snapping them off or cutting them as close to the base as possible.