Philodendron Shangri-La should be placed bright, indirect light. If you have it outside, it should be in a mostly shady spot.

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. It should be planted in a free-draining potting soil.

Rotate regularly to ensure even growth. Prune to remove dead leaves. You can cut off the base of the leaf stem of the primary plant trunk. If the leaves are dense, the leaves should be cut off as close to the soil as possible.

Fertilize once a month or every 2 weeks during spring to early fall. Use diluted liquid houseplant fertilizer.

Common Names: Lace tree Philodendron, Split leaf philodendron, Horsehead Philodendron

Origin: Native of the tropical regions of South America

Available in 12 inch

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