The Philodendron Red Beauty is not called that for nothing, it is a real beauty that will complement any urban jungle! The Philodendron Red Beauty belongs to the Aracea family of plants and originates from the rain forests of South and Central America. There are hundreds of different species in this family, each with its own special features. This tropical houseplant draws all attention to itself by its special appearance. This houseplant has long and broad leaves that can be dark brown, dark red and even purple. In combination with a green houseplant, a beautiful contrast will be created!
Care & tips Philodendron Red Beauty
The Philodendron Red Beauty is a reasonably easy houseplant to care for. However, due to its tropical origins, this houseplant does like a slightly damp substrate and environment. This will enhance its development and ornamental value. The Philodendron Red Beauty will certainly survive in a less humid environment, but its growth will be somewhat slower. The Philodendron Red Beauty is also an air-purifying houseplant. Because of its size, it will not be able to purify the entire room with every bit of help!
Water requirements Philodendron Red Beauty
The Philodendron Red Beauty does not need much water, but it is important that the soil is always slightly moist. Be careful not to give this houseplant too much water, because the Philodendron Red Beauty does not like wet feet. When you water this houseplant too much or too often, the chance of root rot increases. Does your Philodendron Red Beauty get brown edges on its leaves? Then this is also a sign of too much water. In the beginning, always check the amount and frequency of watering. Because the Philodendron Red Beauty originates from a tropical climate, we recommend you to water its leaves with some regularity. This will keep the Philodendron Red Beauty healthy and maintain its special appearance.
Light requirements Philodendron Red Beauty
The Philodendron Red Beauty is a houseplant that is not a big fan of bright sunlight. We recommend that you give this houseplant a spot in the semi-shade. When there is too much sunlight, its beautiful coloured leaves will discolour. When you notice this, we advise you to move this houseplant. Of course, the Philodendron Red Beauty does need indirect sunlight, 3 to 4 hours is sufficient. The ideal temperature for this houseplant is between 18 and 22 degrees Celsius.
Is the Philodendron Red Beauty a poisonous houseplant?
The Philodendron Red Beauty is a slightly poisonous houseplant. If you have small children or pets, please pay attention to the location of this houseplant.
How is my Philodendron Red Beauty shipped?
This hip houseplant will be sent in a cultivation pot. All our houseplants are sent in specially designed boxes. The unique interior of the shipping boxes ensures that the houseplants are firmly positioned in the box and cannot move. Houseplants don't mind being in a dark box for a day. This way, we make sure that your green friends are delivered to your home in tip-top shape.