Philodendron 'Imperial Red'
Philodendron 'Imperial Red' is a large-leaf philodendron. It has reddish leaves. The bushy plant bears oval-shaped, glossy, and closely spaced leaves on a single stem.
Soil: Soil should be well-drained, rich in organic matter, good water holding capacity, and free from any insect-pest or disease infestation. It requires porous and loose soil to grow.
Water: Plant should be watered twice a week, Philodendron requires an ample amount of water. The plant should be hydrated.
Climate: Philodendron grows well under full shade to semi-shade conditions. It grows well under a good humid climate. Avoid exposure to full sunlight.
Garden Use: Philodendron is mostly used as a pot plant.
Care & Maintenance:
Spray water on the leave with barber spay and wipe with a cotton cloth to keep it hydrated and for shiny leaves.
Nutrition: Philodendrons are a voracious feeder. Apply well-decomposed manure and mix well with soil.
Protection: To avoid any pest and disease infestation, keep it under partial sunlight.
Horticulture Operations: Train it properly with the help of jute twine. Cutting can be done once a year. Spray water to hydrate the leaves. Clean pot and plant with the help of wet cotton or cloth.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Does it need a moss stick ? Is it a creeper ?
It can grow fine without moss-pole. Moss-pole will help it during its advanced growth stage, when the stem starts growing. It may take around 8 to 12 months depending on the growth and development of the plant. We are selling 1.5 to 2 feet tall plants.
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