Philodendrons are among the most popular, tolerant, and durable of all house plants. There are many different species of Philodendrons, each possessing its own characteristics as to leaf size, shape, or coloring. Some species climb while others remain in more of a shrub shape.
Planting & Caring –
They will tolerate low light, but if there is too little light, the new leaves will develop smaller, and farther apart on the stem.
On the other hand, direct sunlight will burn the foliage, and stunt the growth of the plant.
Keep the soil evenly moist, but allow it to dry out between waterings. Keep Philodendrons slightly drier during the winter months, when the growth slows.
Overwatering will cause the leaves to turn yellow. Underwatering will cause the leaves to turn brown and fall off.