Smooth with a slightly bumpy leathery texture, the Philodendron Imperial Red produces bright green leaves with a pale reddish pink underside. And not to forget, the Philodendron Imperial Red is also an air purifying plant, making it perfect for any indoor setting.
Place your Philodendron Imperial Red under bright, indirect sunlight and do avoid direct sunlight as it will cause its leave to turn yellow. Too much exposure to direct sunlight and high temperatures will cause the plant to dry up, leaves to turn yellow and wilt.
Allow the top surface of the soil to dry up between watering the plant. We recommend watering it once a week or whenever necessary. Overwatering your Philodendron can cause water beds and this will result in root problems. Droopy leaves are a good sign of overwatering, therefore you should skip a week of watering.
Fertilise your philodendron with a balanced liquid fertiliser once a month.
* Kindly take note when you're purchasing matching pot, the diameter has to be larger than the rootball size