Philodendron bipennifolium "Violin" variegata #1
The Philodendron bipennifolium “Violin” variegata gets its name from the unique shape of its leaves that bears a resemblance to the instrument. Add vivid tones of yellow and green from its variegation, and you’ve got here a classy plant that’ll work any room with a flourish!
Bipennifolium is a hemi-epiphyte, which means it has a long, thin stem, and aerial roots. Give it a pole or totem, and it’ll produce larger, mature leaves. This “Violin” loves frequent watering in a loose, well-draining medium, with bright indirect light and humid conditions. Take care to avoid direct or intense sunlight with this variegated plant, so that you don’t scorch the leaves.
This plant has been fed weekly with Root Roids and Fruit Roids; and fertilised with GreenSpace Slow Release Fertiliser and Liquid Fertilisers.
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