The Philodendron Xanadu is truly a picture to behold, a super hip houseplant that draws all eyes to itself. As you may already know, the Philodendron Xanadu is a member of the Philodendron family. This family of plants originates from the rain forests of South America. There are over 500 different species, most of which are incomparable in appearance. Philodendron Xanadu is a trendy houseplant that fills an empty corner perfectly. Philodendron Xanadu has quirky, jagged veins that give it a particularly beautiful appearance! Philodendron Xanadu is a real addition to your urban jungle!
Care and tips Philodendron Xanadu
Like all Philodendron plants, Philodendron Xanadu is easy to take care of. It does not need much water, but a moist soil is important. Watering the plant varies per season, so be careful not to overwater it in the winter months. Because the sun shines less in these months, less water is burned and remains in the pot. Water that remains in the pot can cause root rot, so be careful with this!
Water requirements for Philodendron Xanadu
Philodendron Xanadu does not need much water, but it is important that the soil is always slightly moist. Check the soil at least once a week and water it if necessary. As stated earlier, the water needs vary from season to season, so take this into account as well! In the initial period, it is always a matter of finding out how much and how often you have to water your new green friend. The frequency and amount depends on the size of the pot, the plant and the location of the houseplant. When the leaves of thePhilodendron Xanadu develop brown or yellow edges, this is often a sign of too much water. In this case, reduce the amount of water and replace the wet potting soil with fresh potting soil.
Light requirements of Philodendron Xanadu
Philodendron Xanadu is not very picky about its location. It does need light like any other houseplant, but it does not necessarily need it to continue growing or to retain its colour. Nevertheless, Philodendron Xanadu prefers a position in the semi-shade with indirect sunlight. This makes it the ideal houseplant for a darker corner. Be careful, however: it cannot stand completely in the shade. When the leaves of Philodendron Xanadu turn yellow and start drooping, this is a sign of a too light position. In this case, move the houseplant to a place with more shade.
Is Philodendron Xanadu a poisonous houseplant?
Philodendron Xanadu is not poisonous when touched, but eating it can cause vomiting and irritation. Be careful when you have small children or hungry pets!
How is my Philodendron Xanadu shipped?
This tropical houseplant is delivered in a cultivation pot. All our plants are shipped in specially designed shipping boxes! Because of the unique interior, the plants stand firmly in the box and cannot move. Plants don't mind being in a dark box for a day. This way we make sure that your green friend is delivered to your home in tip-top shape.