Tree Philodendron Plant - 1 pc
Grower black – 1 pc
Tree Philodendron Plant
About Plant- Tree philodendron, is native to South America but also grows outdoors on the East and Gulf coasts of the United States. Indoors this easy-care, self-heading philodendron takes up a lot of space, often spreading 5ft. or more with 2ft.-3ft. leaves. The dark green, shiny leaves are large and deeply lobed. Tree Philodendron does grow a trunk as it matures, but the huge drooping leaves usually hide it.
Tree Philodendron Plant Care
Light - A tree philodendron grows well in bright indirect light. In lower light the leaves turn a darker green. Too much light or direct sun burns the leaves or causes the deep green color to fade.
Water - Unlike other philodendrons, tree philodendron likes moist but not soggy soil. During the winter, water less often, keeping the soil barely moist.
Fertilizer - Feed monthly during the spring, summer, and fall with a water-soluble balanced fertilizer diluted to ½ the recommended strength.
Temperature - Tree Philodendron like warm temperatures above 55°F (12.8°C). Keep these plants away from drafts and open doors especially during the winter.
Humidity - A Tree philodendron has thinner leaves than many of its relatives and requires a more humid environment to grow well. If your home or office is very dry in the winter, place your selloum near a humidifier or sit it on a wet pebble tray.
Flowering - It takes about 15-20 years for a mature philodendron selloum to flower; and it rarely flowers indoors.
Soil - A Tree philodendron grows best in a rich, slightly alkaline soil that retains moisture. The leaf tips burn if there is too much salt in the soil usually due to over-feeding.
Pruning - Use a sharp pruners or scissors to control the size and shape of this philodendron. You can remove entire leaves by cutting them off at the base of the leaf stem. You can also remove the lower leaves if you want to reveal the plant's stem.
Propagation - It is propagate by Stem Cuttings.