Philodendron Silver Queen
The gorgeous, robust leaves of the Philodendron make it a stunning houseplant. This plant is native to the tropical areas of Central and South America, and there are hundreds of species. The plant grows against it and looks fantastic! Despite being a tropical plant, the Philodendron thrives in the living room. He also feels fine in a darker part of the home, which is good!
- There is some shade but no direct sunshine.
- Temperatures should range from 18 to 22 degrees Celsius.
- Keep potting soil wet; it should not dry out.
- Air purification.
A Philodendron doesn’t require a lot of water; keep the soil damp but not soggy. Always provide a small amount of water. Check with a finger in the ground from time to time to ensure that it does not become too damp. If you feed the leaves too much water, they will turn yellow; regulate the amount of water. The Philodendron grows best at temperatures ranging from 16 to 18 degrees Celsius.
Improve soil fertility while the plant is actively developing by scraping some compost into two soil without disturbing the plant’s roots. Then, every week, feed the plant a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer, such as fertilizer For Growing, diluted at a rate of 1 teaspoon/litre of water.