4" Philodendron Goeldii
Philodendrons are unique, eazygoing houseplants whose dramatic leaves are adorned with dramatic hole formations.
Light: Philodendron Goeldii loves to bathe in indirect sunlight, which varies from medium to low light. It’s better to be cautious not to expose it to direct sunlight; otherwise, your Philodendron Goeldii will get dried out.
The best position for the Philodendron Goeldii to receive the required light would be near a north-facing window or the doors where there is little light.
While in winters, in case the Philodendron Goeldii is grown outdoor, make sure to take it inside but provide adequate sunlight.
Watering: Watering should be done twice a week, and whenever you water, try to make sure there is a break between the watering for the soil to dry and absorb the water.
In the growing stage, since Philodendron Goeldii prefers moist soil, it means that the soil is to be provided water until fully saturated, and you can see the moisture with the eye on the surface.
Philodendron Goeldii just like most plants, is sensitive to overwatering. Overwatering may lead to root rot. In winter, water less.
Toxicity: Philodendron Goeldii is maoderately toxic to pets and humans and can cause sweling, vomiting, or burning. It is not pet-friendly
4" Grower's pot