Philodendron Narrow Plant
The Philodendron Narrow is an extremely popular and easy to grow Philodendron variety. It has beautiful long narrow green, heavily serrated edged leaves that exude exotic jungle vibes.
Originating mainly in South America Philodendrons are often found in Rainforests, Swamps, as well as along Riverbanks, owing to their love of organically rich moist soil and warm conditions to thrive. These relatively fuss-free houseplants that do well in bright light and can also handle some lower lighting conditions.
Repotting option is available. Cost for repot will include an Ecopot, saucer, extra soil and topping.
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Plant size: 70cm(H)
Original Pot: 32cm diameter
Ecopot: 35cm(L) x 55cm (H) in Dark Grey
Ecopot Saucer: 29cm(L) x 3cm (H) in Dark Grey
- Light: Medium to bright filtered light.
- Water: Allow the soil to dry out two-thirds between watering. Prevent prolonged dryness.
- Humidity: Average room humidity is sufficient.
- Temperature: Ideal temperatures range from 18°C - 24°C.
- Soil: A well-draining moisture retentive organic potting mix is sufficient.
- Fertilizer: Use a well balanced organic fertilizer once a month.
- Repotting: It is best to re-pot your Philodendron Narrow once it has become pot bound or is top-heavy. Re-pot plant into a container one size bigger than its previous container with good drainage. Be sure to use an organically rich well-draining potting mix.
- Propagation: Stem cuttings is one of the most successful ways of propagating your Philodendron Narrow. To do this cut 7.5 centimetres below a joint in a leaf stem and remove lower leaves near the cut. Place your cutting in a container filled with water and place in a filtered bright light position. When roots have developed to be approximately 10cm in length, plant the cutting in a small pot with good quality well-draining potting soil. Keep the soil moist until your cutting has established and has produced a new leaf. It is best to take cutting during the growing season.