40 - 50cm Philodendron Jose Buono 15cm Pot

Potted Houseplants

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These plants are kept at a specialist nursery. Once ordered, we will collect the plants and bring them to our houseplant nursery for packing. Please allow an extra week for this process.

The Philodendron Jose Buono is a fantastic, rare houseplant that brings a tropical feel into your home. This philodendron is prized for its large paddle-shaped leaves that each have a different pattern of white, light, and dark green variegations. This is a slow growing, climbing philodendron that has been known to grow up to 12 feet high if given something to climb. This highly sought-after rare philodendron is a must have for any houseplant owner as its wonderful foliage and leaves can be introduced to the home without needing much upkeep. This is a stunning, easy to look after houseplant that is great for novices and expert houseplant owner alike.

Where to put your Philodendron Jose Buono?

This plant loves bright, but indirect light and will prefer a slightly shaded location. The final space you choose will depend a bit on how much white is on the leaves of the plant. Since these sections do not produce energy, they need to be in a brighter location, but away from direct light that will cause them to burn. The ideal location will be space next to or indirectly opposite a sunny window. If you have a small room or a space where this is not possible it may be worth filtering the light with blinds or opaque window stickers.

How often should I water my Philodendron Jose Buono?

This plant loves to be in a consistently moist soil that has no standing water in it. You should ideally water your plant once a week during the summer months, but the amount of water the plant uses will change throughout they year. The best way to judge if your plant needs watering is to test the soil with a finger. When the top half of the soil is dry it is a good time to water the plant.

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