Philodendron Billietiae


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The Philodendron Billietiae is really spectacular to see. In a tropical outdoor setting, this philodendron’s leaves mature up to three feet in length! Indoors, the houseplant matures to an average of 36 inches long as a vine, either trailing or climbing. The Billietiae’s polished, leathery foliage is dark green with one light green vein running vertically through its center. On mature plants, the margins of its leaves are almost ruffled—a delightful touch to this amazing philodendron. 

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Care Tips for Philodendron Billietiae

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 one to two inches to dry before watering.

Humidity: Medium to high. Keep above 60%, with 60-80% humidity being ideal. If you live in an area with low humidity, add a humidity tray or humidifier.

Temperature: These plants grow best in temperatures within 65-80°F. During the cooler months when the temperatures fall below 55°F, take care to keep your houseplant 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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