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Welcome to our collection of beautiful and popular Philodendron plants for sale online. Philodendron genus are some of the most easy-to-care, low-maintenance houseplants, perfect for adding a touch of elegance and tropical vibes to your living or workspace. The Philodendron genus is a diverse group of tropical plants that belong to the family Araceae. One of the most recognizable features of Philodendrons is their large, heart-shaped leaves. These beautiful foliage houseplants come in various shades, ranging from deep emeralds to vibrant limes.  Some species exhibit variegated patterns or unique leaf shapes, making them the ideal choice for houseplant decor ideas.

Our collection offers a range of Philodendron varieties to match your jungle vibes. Whether you're seeking types of Philodendron to grow indoors or simply looking for tropical trailing plants, the Philodendron family has a diverse selection to fulfill your indoor gardening desires. Elevate your space with these vibrant and lush houseplants, perfect for both decoration and improving the atmosphere of your home or office.

Popular Philodendrons species include  Philodendrons Cordatum, Philodendrons Birkin, Philodendrons Red Congo, Philodendrons Cordatum Brasil, and more. 

Can Philodendrons tolerate low light?

Philodendrons are renowned for their adaptability and ability to thrive in a wide range of conditions. They can tolerate medium to bright indirect light, and endure short periods of low-light conditions, making them suitable for various lighting situations in homes and offices. However, it's important to note that direct sunlight can scorch their leaves, so it's best to provide them with filtered or diffused light.

Do Philodendrons need a lot of soil?

In terms of care, Philodendrons are relatively low-maintenance plants. They prefer well-draining soil that retains some moisture but doesn't become waterlogged. Regular watering is necessary, but it's essential to allow the top inch or two of soil to dry out before watering again. Overwatering can lead to root rot and other moisture-related issues. Feed your Philodendrons once per month during their growing season (spring-summer) with a diluted balanced liquid fertilizer. Do not over-fertilize as too much fertilizer can burn the roots. 

What humidity is good for Philodendron?

Philodendrons appreciate a warm and humid environment, similar to their native tropical habitats. They can adapt to average room humidity levels but thrive in higher humidity. You can increase humidity by misting the leaves, placing a tray of water nearby, or using a humidifier.

Does Philodendron clean the air?

These plants are known for their ability to climb and vine, thanks to their aerial roots. They can be trained on trellises or allowed to trail down from hanging baskets, adding a touch of natural beauty to any space. In addition to their aesthetic appeal, Philodendrons provides the added benefit of enhancing indoor air quality, making them an excellent choice for creating a fresh and inviting indoor environment.

Is Philodendron toxic to pets?

Philodendrons contain calcium oxalate crystals that can be mildly toxic to humans. These plants can be toxic to pets if ingested. It's always important to keep them out of reach of curious pets and children.

With their stunning foliage and easy-care nature, Philodendrons are excellent choices for both beginner and experienced plant enthusiasts.