Philodendron Golden Violin, Bipennifolium Aurea
Selling size: Mentioned in the last picture
Potted plant will be sent
Philodendron Bipennifolium Aurea, also known as Gold Violin is a climbing Philodendron that positively glows! Neon yellow young leaves and exaggerated lobes give this plant the name ‘Gold Violin.’
Philodendrons thrive in medium to bright indirect light, but will tolerate darker spots as well.
Use a well-draining potting mix, such as our Aroid Potting Mix, ideally containing some coco coir, bark and perlite. You can also grow Philodendrons in soil-less mixes like sphagnum moss and perlite or hydroponics.
Philodendrons like their soil to dry between waterings. Water when the top 3cm of soil are totally dry to the touch.
Most Philodendron, especially the Erubesecens varieties, will thrive in average humidity. However, some of the more tropical and velvety species will require higher humidity to survive.
All Philodendron are toxic to humans and animals if ingested.