Philodendrons are amongst the most popular, tolerant and durable of all house plants. We certainly think that this variety, the Xanadu, is more compelling in a larger size as the gorgeous leaves on those long stems really come into their own.

Native to the northern countries of South America and the Caribbean
Positioning + Light Needs
Happy with good natural light and partial shade but avoid any direct sunlight.
The soil in the pots should be kept moist, never soaked and never be allowed to dry out. During the summer months you will be watering as much as twice per week to maintain moisture levels, whereas in winter you should water sparingly only when the top 2 inches of soil have dried out.
Yes please, I enjoy high humidity so mist me every few days, especially in the Winter months when the heating kicks in.
Feed the plant every 2 months March to September with fertiliser.
When the roots compact and form a tight ball it is time for the plant to be repotted into a planter that is around 2-3 inches larger. Repotting should take place late Winter or early Spring before the plant begins to grow new leaves.
Child / Pet Friendly
Toxic to cats and dogs if consumed.
Air Purifying
I am indeed!
Look out for
Over watering will cause the leaves to turn yellow. Under watering will cause the leaves to turn brown and fall off.