Philodendron Birkin is a spectacular plant with its unique white striped leaves with a lush green background. The plant is an excellent beginner plant. With its rapid dominance over interior decor, this no-diva plant is soon gaining its space in corner places perched on pretty planters. Philodendron Birkins like a little moist soil and will show you if it is not happy. This is one of the best desktop plants you can go for if you are looking for a no maintenance, fuss-free plant.
About Philodendron Birkin Plant in White Pot
- It improves the quality of air by eliminating the harmful pollutants Formaldehyde, Benzene, and Trichloroethylene.
- The plant grows well indoors in warm surroundings but if grown outdoor make sure to place it in a shady area.
- It is widely used for ornamental purposes.
- The main attraction is its paddle-shaped leaves with visible stripes of white and green.
- It is an easy growing plant that requires minimal care
- Healthy Philodendron plant of upto 5-10 inches height.
- 9-Inches White Pot (Dimensions given in the image below)
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How to care for Philodendron Birkin Plant?
Check below for the plant care tips:
Light and Temperature Tips for Philodendron Plant
- The temperature for the Philodendron plant may vary between 13-30 degrees celsius
- Avoid frost and cold winter.
- The plant blooms in bright and indirect sunlight but also survive in a shady area.
- Avoid direct sunlight as it will result in leaves turning dry or shedding.
Water Tips for Healthy Growth of Philodendron Plant
- Water the plant when the soil is totally dry, and leaves are wrinkled slightly.
- Let the top of the soil is dry to touch and later water accordingly.
- The plant prefers a slightly moist soil.
- Use well-drained moist soil and should avoid wet, dry, and sandy soils.
Fertilizing Tips for Philodendron Plant
- Use slow-release fertilizer during spring and liquid fertilizer during summer.
- Fertilize once a month during spring and summer.
- You can reduce during cold winters to once in 45-60 days.
Other General Tips for Philodendron Plant
- Make sure to avoid overwatering and underwatering as it turns the leaves yellow
- Repot your Philodendron plant during summer, while repotting pick a pot that is at least 1-2 inches bigger than your previous pot.
- It can be grown in a hanging basket or moss stick.
- Practice pruning every 3 months to train the plant to grow on a moss stick.