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Philodendron Kerala Hybrid – Plant
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Philodendron Kerala Hybrid is a plant that thrives on moss poles because of its long, glossy leaves and dense foliage.
Philodendron and other aroids are among the most popular plants right now, attracting collectors from all over the world.
These hybrid plants are collected for their remarkable leaf shapes, variegation, and leaf fenestration, and are grown ornamentally for their foliage.
Place your exotic plant in the balcony garden.
Place your Philodendron plant in Bright Indirect Light.
Philodendrons are shade-loving plants that flourish in medium to high light, however, they may also tolerate low light.
If you're keeping them indoors, it's a good idea to rotate the plants every few weeks, giving them a few days in a bright window or on a balcony.
Water your Philodendron plant when the soil appears dry.
While Philodendrons require frequent watering, they should not be overwatered.
Once a month, wipe your Hybrid plant clean with a moist tissue or towel to bring out its vibrant colours.
Misting them a few times a week during the dry months might assist boost humidity surrounding the plant, allowing it to thrive.
No specific potting soil is required for your Philodendron.
As your hybrid plants are tropical natives, they thrive in any well-drained, organic-rich potting soil.
Use a 20:60:20 ratio of coco-peat, compost, and sand.
It's a good idea to feed your Philodendron a couple of times a year to keep them healthy. Once or twice a year, give them some organic liquid fertiliser.
There is no need for fertilizer in Winters.
Your Philodendron Plant is toxic to Pets and Kids. Keep it away from them.
Trim the remaining stems back to two-thirds to one-half of their original length.
Reduce the amount of watering you give your hybrid plant to help prevent root rot, which this plant is especially prone to in this stage.
Mealybugs and spider mites are two common pests to be cautious of.
Is your Philodendron plant leaves falling off? Not a reason to worry. It's because they require moist soil that drains effectively.
Does your Philodendron plant lose its leaves? Don't be startled. Because If suitable precautions are taken, they will regrow. Give it sufficient light and water.
The huge, showy deeply split, generally drooping leaves of the Philodendron Kerala Hybrid make it a magnificent houseplant. This perennial is the centre of attention in any room. It can grow aerial roots that can absorb water and nutrients. Its main selling point is its ability to remove dangerous contaminants from the air (an air purifier plant).