Like a living sculpture, the Philodendron pedatum is an exhibition of ornate exotic leaves, scrambling for the light. This intricate climber can reach a height of 2.5 meters, producing larger, more impressive leaves as it gets bigger. Cousin to the cheese plant, this presentation of baroque-like leaves is a winner for those ‘go big or go home’ spaces.
So over the overwatering! Are your leaves yellow and drooping? Let the top 3 inches of soil dry out in-between watering.
Hung out to dry! Brown margins and edges are a sign that your plant is parched. Refresh and rejuvenate with water and humidity.
Not much newness! If you haven't noticed much new growth on your plant for a while, it probably needs some sun and food.
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