Philodendron Plants For Sale Online
Philodendrons are a classic, and easy-care houseplant because they are so easy to grow. The philodendron family is a very diverse group of plants. There are vining, philodendrons, climbing philodendrons, Split-leaved philodendrons, and dwarf philodendrons. We offer a large selection of philodendrons and we are always searching out new varieties.
Philodendrons are one of the most popular houseplants grown today. They’re easy to grow and most of the varieties available today adapt well to average household conditions.
Types of Philodendrons:
Philodendron Monstera does well in low light. It’s a drought-tolerant houseplant that cleans the air of toxins. Split Leaf monstera is an eye-catching house plant that has large, heart-shaped split leaves that can reach more than a foot long and wide. This is one of the most sought-after plants on the market today.
Philodendron Congo Rojo plant is a fast-growing philodendron with interestingly colored new foliage that starts off as copper-red, then ages to an emerald green on magnificent red stems.
Philodendron Lickety Split plants are a great plant for use indoors. Lickety Split has glossy green, deeply split leaves to create a beautiful accent for any decor.
The Philodendron Little Hope has the same leaf shape as its big sister Philodendron Hope just in a smaller size. Its deep emerald green glossy leaves give the plant a more elegant look and really attract the eye. This is an easy-to-grow plant, perfect for desks and tables.
The Philodendron Prince of Orange has a unique foliage color with green, orange, and even some yellow. Non-climbing so it's easy to fit into any size room or office.
Philodendron Black Cardinal is one of the more common philodendrons grown today. Leaves are 7 to 10 inches long and begin with dark burgundy and dark green coloration.
Philodendron Moonlight produces heart-shaped leaves that are colorful lime green to yellow in color. The foliage brightens the corners of a home or office. Moonlight does not climb or sprawl like some philodendrons which means this one takes up a little less space in a room.
The Philodendron Pink Princess has one-of-a-kind foliage. New leaves will give you a nice mixture of green and pink that will add a unique color to any room. Highly sought after. Sells out within minutes whenever we offer them.
Philodendron Painted Lady is a brightly colored climbing Philodendron. The new leaves are entirely yellow with small spots of color. Painted Lady Philodendron requires little in the way of care. This one sells out fast.
The Philodendron Brasil or Philodendron Brazil has heart-shaped leaves in shades of chartreuse and dark green, giving a unique flair to your indoor decor. As it begins new growth the leaves start off as reddish-pink and transform to a reddish-orange before finishing off to their emerald green splashed with yellow.
Velvet Leaved Philodendron is an easy-care addition to your houseplant collection. The heart-shaped leaves offer a range of colors from bronze to dark green, with pink and purple highlights on the new growth. This easy to grow philodendron performs well in bright filtered light or even low light conditions. Perfect for growing in a hanging pot.
Philodendron Growing Instructions:
When it comes to Philodendrons, the basic rule is the lighter the better. Philodendrons tolerate low light levels, but they do grow faster and in medium to bright spots. Direct sun should be avoided as this tends to burn the leaves which make the plant unsightly.
Philodendrons do best with less water rather than more. When Philodendrons stay too wet, the roots suffocate due to lack of air. Stick your finger into the top inch or so of the potting mix if it feels dry to the touch then it is time to water. using this method you can be sure that the soil is allowed to dry in-between waterings.
Philodendrons are native to tropical regions where high relative humidity levels are common. Philodendrons can tolerate average to low humidity but are happiest in higher humidity areas. If the air in your home is dry, an occasional spritz with a spray bottle is all that's needed to keep the plant happy.
Philodendrons do best in loose, well-drained soil that is high in organic matter. They will grow in 100% sphagnum peat moss. Soilless mixtures such as peat-vermiculite or peat-perlite are also satisfactory.
We do recommend Espoma organic potting mix for Philodendrons but we have begun experimenting with mixing 50% Espoma Organic Potting mix with 50% Espoma Organic Cactus Mix. This is showing very good results for us so far. We believe this is due to the Cactus soil having a larger particle size which allows for better drainage as well as allowing more air to be held in the soil.
Fertilize philodendrons regularly during the growing season. There are two basic ways to feed Philodendrons: with a time-release granular product such as Osmocote Plus Indoor Plant Food or with a water-soluble fertilizer such as Jack's Classic Houseplant Special.
Time-release fertilizers are the easiest and safest to use. They are great for beginners. Simply sprinkle the recommended amount on the soil surface and every time you water you will be feeding the plant.
Water-soluble fertilizers are a little harder to use. You will need to add the required amount to your water each time you water during the growing season. Many experienced plant parents prefer them because they deliver nutrients in greater quantities
If you’re looking to purchase the perfect low-light house plant for your home or office interior, consider Woodie’s Approved collection of Philodrens from Garden Goods Direct. As America’s number one online garden center, we offer a broad selection of houseplants, along with advice from our plant experts you need to keep them healthy. From Aglaonema to ZZ Plants, we have a vast selection of house plants, all available from our online store. Buy your Philodendron plants online from Garden Goods Direct today!