This lovely plant has the classic heart foliage shape like other Philodendron cultivar. The vibrant and neon colour of this plant is so gorgeous and truly make a statement!
HOW TO CARE?
It does well in a low to medium light. It also makes an amazing office plant since it develops well under bright lights. If you were to put it outdoor, under the shades should be excellent as too much light can burn the foliage.
Water regularly once a day or once every two days. Overwatering will cause the leaves to turn yellow and fall off. It's best to touch the soil first and feel whether it's dry or damp.
Feed your plant with fertilizer once every two weeks!
This plant is toxic and definitely not a pet friendly plant. It contains calcium oxalates, which is lethal to felines and canines. Whenever eaten, it can cause serious consuming of the mouth, tongue and lips, unnecessary slobbering, regurgitating and trouble gulping. On the off chance that your pet has eaten it and gives any indications of disease, please contact your veterinarian right away.