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The Philodendron 'Florida' is native to Brazil, Colombia and Peru and this variety is commonly called Florida. This easy to care for plant can adapt to all kinds of conditions (as long as its warm), making it a popular houseplant.


The  Philodendron 'Florida' has large green leaves with  distinct lobes to each leaf and a red stems. The juvenile leaves on the start as a solid leaf and develops its distinctive lobes as the plant matures.


The Philodendron 'Florida' doesn't require a lot of watering. Allow the top layer of soil to dry between watering. The Philodendron 'Florida' thrive in humid conditions, so ensure you protect your plant from the frost. Position in bright, indirect sunlight. If you plant is indoors mist regularly, and wipe the leaves with a damp cloth to keep the foliage looking shiny and fresh.


Very big as shown in the first photo.

Philodendron Florida

  • Position: Suited to free draining, moist soils or potting media in filtered light. Tolerant of poor light conditions. Frost tender.


    Watering: Prefers well drained soil, allowing the soil to dry out between watering especially during the winter months. Avoid overwatering.


    Fertilise: Use a slow release fertiliser during the warmer months.


    Use: Support climbing plants on totems or frames. Liquid fertilise during growth season.


    Growing tips: Low maintenance plant.


    CAUTION: Harmful if eaten / skin & eye irritant.

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