A potted 7" Heart-leaf Philodendron Plant in our cream/white planter or cement planter.
Heart-leaf philodendron, commonly known as the sweetheart plant, is a popular houseplant, offering year-round beauty and easy care. The leaves are dark green but when they first emerge they're often bronze-colored, giving this plant plenty of visual interest. On rare occasions, a mature plant may produce small greenish-white flowers.
How to care for your new Heart-leaf Philodendron Plant:
SUNLIGHT: This plant does best in bright, indirect light, so choose an indoor location that does not receive direct sunlight. You'll know it's receiving enough light if growth remains vigorous and the leaves are between two to four inches long. Too much direct sunlight will scorch its leaves.
WATER: Use tepid water, not cold water, to water this houseplant. Cold water can harm a tropical plant by shocking its root system too suddenly. Be careful not to overwater. If the leaves turn yellow, that's usually a sign of overwatering. Let the soil dry out to the touch between waterings.
HUMIDITY/TEMPERATURE: The heart-leaf philodendron prefers to be in environments with 40% humidity, but it tolerates dry air much better than most tropical perennials. Excessive humidity levels might cause problems, sometimes leading to fungus on leaves.
NOTE: Philodendron leaves are mildly toxic to pets and humans when ingested.
Note: Plants and planters may vary. The pictures shown are examples of the style.