Philodendron Red Emerald
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Philodendron Erubescens Red Emerald is a climbing houseplant noted for its rich red wine-colored stems, which is simple care indoor plant that will make a wonderful addition to your indoor garden collection.It is basically an indoor plant that can also be used as a wall cover in the shady regions of your garden space. The Philodendron Broken Heart flourishes in bright indirect light however it can grow properly in the full shade too. In an outdoor space, keep away from direct light to save the plant from burning, dappled light or partial shade works perfectly.
A properly balanced fertilizer to be fed every fifteen days in its primary growing season – summer months, and a rich fertilizer mix potting medium while potting or repotting and it’s set for a long haul.
Report as soon as the roots begin growing out of the current pot with a slightly larger pot.
Philodendrons can be simply propagated through stem cuttings, air layering, or offset both in soil and in water.
Plants growing in containers require extra fertilizing than those in the ground. The more you water, the more rapidly you flush the nutrients out of the soil.
Some of the issues faced by these plants are:
If your Philodendron isn’t getting sufficient water, the leaves begin curling. It can also occur because of overwatering which will drown the roots and cause root rot. Unlike overwatering, under watering can be effectively and simply remedied by watering more regularly.
Philodendron leaves turning yellow and drooping is an indication of overwatering. Water your plant much less often to correct this problem.
Philodendron leaves become brown because of inadequate or irregular watering. Avoid long gaps between watering and do it consistently.
Light: Bright indirect sunlight
Watering: Water twice a week
Place: Bright indoors, shaded outdoors