How to care for your Philodendron bipennifolium aurea Golden Violin?
The Philodendron species thrive in a bright but indirect sunlight. It will tolerate darker spots but the leaves probably will not grow bigger.
It doesn’t use too much water depending on your own climate. The plant likes it when the soil is a little moist. Make sure the soil doesn’t dry out.
The Philodendron bipennifolium aurea Golden Violin likes an airy soil mix which is well draining. Try using perlite and pine bark with coco coir to keep light. If you don’t like the hassle of making your own soil you can try using our Deluxe aroid mix. Or you can use any other pre-made aroid mixtures from our shop.
Like most aroids the Philodendron likes a humid environment. The humidity should be at least 50%. However to let your Philodendron bipennifolium aurea Golden Violin thrive we recommend a humidity level somewhere between 60% and 80%.
In the summer months you can fertilise the plant once every other week. In the colder and winter months no fertiliser is needed. Please always check the instructions on your own fertiliser if it has other care instructions.
The best time to repot is during the beginning of the growing season. Check if your plant is root bound in it’s nursery pot. Then it’s time to move it to a bigger size pot of around 2 cm extra.
The Philodendron bipennifolium aurea Golden Violin is toxic for humans and animals if ingested.
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