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Philodendron Caramel marble with Phithosanitary

Philodendron Caramel marble with Phithosanitary

$590.00

Philodendron Caramel Marble: The Perfect Plant for Your Home

The Philodendron Caramel Marble (Philodendron hederaceum) is one of the most versatile and low-maintenance houseplants you can have. Although it’s technically an epiphyte, meaning it needs to grow in trees, it can easily adapt to life on your bookshelf or windowsill when you don’t have room for it outside, and will rarely require any sort of pruning or care other than regular watering.

Why purchase a potted plant?
Potted plants are a great way to decorate your home. Not only are they beautiful, but indoor plants have been shown to have positive effects on health and mood. Plus, you can enjoy them year-round with minimum upkeep required. If you’re looking to buy a potted plant, consider purchasing Philodendron ilsemanii also known as Caramel Marble. This plant makes a statement and will complement any room of your home. It has shiny leaves that range in color from dark green to light green and even yellow or white. There is a wide variety of sizes available for purchase, making it easy to find one that fits your needs perfectly. It grows well in areas where there is moderate lighting, so it can be placed almost anywhere around your home without worry. It does best when watered regularly, but if you forget or are away from home for an extended period of time it is able to survive longer than most other types of plants without water.

How do you select the right indoor plant?
If you’re going to bring nature indoors, you might as well select a plant that’s beautiful AND easy to take care of. Philodendron ilsemanii makes a great choice in almost any home or office because it is durable and easy to care for. If you would like to add one to your space, keep reading below. Below are some tips on how to select an appropriate philodendron variety, care instructions and indoor plant tips in general. ​ How do I select a good philodendron? There are many varieties of philodendrons available at local garden centers. When selecting one, make sure that it has glossy leaves with no brown spots or discoloration. It should also have thick stems without any signs of mold or rot. Finally, check to see if there are any insects such as aphids or mealybugs present on its leaves. These pests can be difficult to get rid of once they’ve infested your plant so be careful when selecting a new addition! What kind of light does my philodendron need? While most varieties will thrive under medium light conditions, others may require more sunlight and still others may prefer shade instead.

Why choose this specific plant?
Out of all the plants, Philodendron ilsemanii is one of my favorites because it can grow in almost any lighting and has beautiful, unique leaves. It’s also relatively easy to take care of! Just be sure to water it once a week and keep it out of direct sunlight. I recommend keeping your plant on a table next to your window where you spend most of your time or on top of your desk if you work from home. You’ll get plenty of natural light while still having room for other decor items. This specific variety is especially pretty because of its thick leaf structure and chocolate-brown coloration; it looks great in small clusters around a room. Also, when given enough light, they have white flowers that look like dandelions—so cute! This makes them even more special as they bloom only every few years.

What type of pot do you need?
To make sure your plant stays healthy, you need to choose a pot that’s not too big and will only take up as much space as your Philodendron needs. To do so, put a few layers of newspaper in your shopping cart, place your Philodendron on top of it and move around until you find an ideal fit. Most plants do well in a 6-inch-wide (15 cm) pot but when it comes to potted plants, bigger isn’t always better. If you have a large house or lots of windows, then you can get away with something larger—but if space is limited or you live in an apartment, smaller is better. You also want to be sure that your plant has enough room to grow without becoming root bound; roots should never be visible through drainage holes at any point during its growth cycle.

How to care for your new philodendron plant?
First, choose a well-lit room in your home to keep your plant in. They prefer to be close to a window, but make sure that it does not receive direct sunlight at any time during the day. All philodendrons are tropical plants, so they like warm temperatures and high humidity. They do not like cold drafts or dry air either, so you’ll want to make sure they don’t get exposed to either of these conditions. If possible, try to maintain humidity levels around 50 percent. To do so, place a humidifier near your plant (but not too close), or mist your philodendron with water every couple of days. Make sure that you allow all water droplets to dry before placing it back on its stand—you don’t want it sitting in water! Finally, check your plant regularly for pests such as aphids or spider mites. These pests can quickly spread throughout an entire collection if left unchecked. If you notice any pests on your plant, use an insecticidal soap spray to kill them off; be sure to read instructions carefully before using insecticidal soap sprays, however!

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