Light: Moderate. Prefers indirect sunlight but will survive with less light.
Watering: water thoroughly, then allow the soil to drain and empty excess water; then allow the top one inch of soil to dry slightly to touch between waterings. A well-draining potting mixture should be used.
Fertilizer: All-purpose. Do not fertilize plants if kept in low light.
Heart-leaf philodendron , also known as the parlor Ivy and sweetheart vine, is a commonly grown houseplant native to Mexico and Central America.
Philodendron Scandens Oxycardium is the synonym of Philodendron hederaceum var. oxycardium. Indoors are more often seen in the 4 feet tall range. Features bright, glossy, heart-shaped, dark green leaves that may have a bronze tinge on emerging. Twining stems of this plant will either trail from a pot or climb up a column if given support. Greenish-white arum family flowers infrequently appear on mature indoor plants. It has waxy, dark green heart shaped leaves that are very attractive and great for decorating when grown upright. Climbing plants such as these are especially useful if your space is limited and you don't have much room to spread out. According to NASA studies on air quality, we know that that the parlor ivy can be instrumental in air purification, filtering out such toxins as formaldehyde, benzene, and carbon monoxide and adding oxygen to the air we breathe.
|Plant Base||Coco Peat|
|Plant Color||Green & White|
|Plant Height||Above 4"|
|Pot Color||German Brown|
|Pot Diameter||10.5 CMS|
|Pot Height||9 CMS|
|Pot Lenght||9.5 CMS|