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The Philodendron Micans is a more unique type of philodendron. Their velvet leaves give off a beautiful chartreuse color edged with pink as they unfurl. They grow into a deeper iridescent green with a deep purple/red coloring. They originate from a humidity rich forest in the Caribbean Islands of Dominica and Tobago. They root on tall trees in the wild meaning they would thrive growing up a moss pole or even in a hanging basket. Light This philodendron Micans will appreciate a bright, indirect lighting space. Although Philodendrons can tolerate low light, they won’t necessarily thrive. So if you are...

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The Philodendron Florida Ghost is a rare and unique plant that is hard to find! This low-maintenance plant connects very well with its name because the new leaves come in a glossy, white color that look like the shape of a ghost. As the leaves mature they turn lime green to later turn dark green. This plant is treated just like any other Philodendron but extra rare!  Light Your Florida Ghost will appreciate a spot in bright, indirect sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight as it will scorch the leaves. Although yellowing leaves can be a part of development of your plant,...

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Philodendron and their sub-family Aroids come in all different shapes and sizes. From the coveted Monstera Deliciosa to the Birkin pictured, Philodendron are excellent houseplants as they thrive in indirect light, comparable to the tree canopies they tend to grow under, and they are quite forgiving in terms of care. Soil Almost any well-draining potting mix will be sufficient for your Philodendron. Our go-to recommendation for a high-quality soil that’s fast draining is Fox Farms Ocean Forest. Watering Water your Philodendron when the top few inches of the soil is dry. Make sure to discard any water that drains from the bottom to...

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As seen all over the internet and plant shops, these plants with large, beautiful, split leaves can grow up to 16 ft outdoor and about eight feet indoor—over many years and proper maintenance. These plants are native to southern Mexico and parts of South America, where the climate is hot and tropical.  Soil Almost any well-draining potting mix will be sufficient for your Monstera. Our go-to recommendation for a high-quality soil that’s fast draining is Fox Farms Ocean Forest. Watering Allow the top 2-3 inches to dry out before each watering. In the winter months, scale back on watering. In...

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