25 - 35cm Philodendron Verrucosum Ecuador 17cm Pot House Plant

Potted Houseplants
£49.99 £39.99

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This ultra-modern, stylish and rare houseplant is a captivating addition to any room, and the perfect accent for any elegant space. The elongated, heart-shaped leaves are glossy with the look and feel of fine leather when fully matured. A deep groove runs down the length of the leaf which adds some texture and definition which adds to its modern look. The branching habit of the foliage creates a space-filling display that will be a fantastic focal point or feature to a room. The large angular leaves droop gracefully from a central stem and have a wavy heart shape with a light green veining that crosses over a darker colour. The simple, but bold colours of this plant would accent most design schemes but work particularly well in a minimalist or Scandinavian themed room.

How much light does a Philodendron need?

Philodendron’s will look after themselves if their basic needs are met You should put your plant in a bright space with indirect light. Older leaves will turn yellow as they age, but if you find a lot of yellowing leaves then the plant is receiving too much light. A Philodendron that is not receiving enough light will become leggy and the leaves will grow sparsely
Will my Philodendron climb?
As the leaves age, they will naturally try to climb upwards. To help t he plant, support it with a moss pole or plant stake to get an even more impressive display.
How often should I water a Philodendron?
You should only water when the top inch of soil is dry Philodendrons only require light watering and the leaves will begin to droop if you are over or under watering
How much humidity does a philodendron need?
This tropical houseplant loves a humid environment like a bathroom or kitchen, but it is perfectly happy in standard humidity if the leaves are misted regularly. Doing so will really draw out the glossy and luxury look of the leaves.
Should I feed my Philodendron?
If you want to get the best looking leaves and healthy growth you should feed your philodendron fortnightly during the spring and summer with a diluted liquid fertilizer.

  • Our plants are provided in a plastic nursery pot. Any decorative pots or props are not included.
  • This plant is not for consumption
  • On some plants there can be discolouration to some leaves due to the propagation process which can be seen in the photos.

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