Philodendron Atabapoense



This gorgeous climbing Philodendron has long, slender, arrow-shaped leaves with luscious purple to burgundy undersides. This variety is easy to overwater, so only water it when the top two inches have dried out and avoid watering its leaves directly. Placing this houseplant in an east-facing window will usually provide it with dream levels of bright, indirect sunlight. 


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Care Tips for Philodendron Atabapoense

Toxic if consumed. Keep out of reach of pets and small children.

Soil: Well-draining soil. Promote drainage by mixing in perlite, wood chips, etc.

Light: Bright, indirect light.

Water: Allow top two inches to dry before watering. This variety is adversely sensitive to overwatering.

Humidity: Medium to high. Keep at 65% humidity or higher for best growth. If you live in an area with low humidity, add a humidity tray or humidifier.

Temperature: These plants grow best in temperatures within 75-85°F. During the cooler months, take care to keep your philodendron away from drafty areas.

Fertilizer: Use a dilution of 10-10-10 applied sparingly, perhaps once a month, during growing season.


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