Philodendron Imperial Red should be placed in medium, indirect light. Some direct sunlight about 30 minutes in the morning is good for this plant. Do not allow it to have direct sunlight all day. It will burn the foliage. If kept outside, bright shade or morning sunlight is best.

Water when the top 2 inches of soil is dry about once per week. Don’t allow it to sit in wet or soggy soil to prevent root rot. Plant in a well-drained soil that retains moisture. You can use 1 part general potting mix, 1 part perlite (for drainage) and 1 part of spagnum moss or peat moss (for moisture retention)

Rotate regularly to ensure even growth. Prune to remove dead leaves.

Fertilize only in Spring and Summer. Use liquid houseplant fertilizer carefully following the instructions. Do not over fertilize as it can damage the plant.

Common Names: Imperial red philodendron, Red stem philodendron, Blushing philodendron

Origin: Native to Colombia

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