A 5" potted Philodendron Birkin plant in our cream/white planter or cement planter.
The Philodendron Birkin is a popular houseplant that is loved for their easygoing nature and large, glossy-green foliage. Slow-growing and compact, it's a great plant for small spaces.
How to care for your new Philodendron Birkin plant:
SUNLIGHT: Philodendron Birkins prefer very bright, indirect light. While they can survive in medium light conditions, if placed there their growth may slow. The variegation on its leaves will be more pronounced in higher light. It is recommended to not put it in full, direct sunlight as it will burn the foliage.
WATER: Allow the top layer of the soil to dry out in between waterings. Soil should remain damp, but not wet.
HUMIDITY/TEMPERATURE: Regular household humidity is fine for your Philodendron Birkin, but higher humidity encourages larger leaves. We recommend regularly misting your plant. These plants do best in warmer temperatures. Keep it away from drafts, especially during the winter months.
TIPS: If you notice your plant's leaves beginning to turn yellow your plant is most likely being watered too much. Reduce the amount of water your plant is given and increase the humidity levels. Another symptom of yellowing leaves is improper light; make sure your plant is receiving the proper amount of bright indirect sunlight. However, if your plant's leaves begin to curl it is most likely that it is not receiving enough water. Keep a consistent watering schedule.
* Note: These plants are mildly toxic to pets and humans when ingested.
* Note: Plants and planters may vary. The pictures shown are examples of the style.