Philodendron cordatum, also known as Heart Leaf Philodendron, is a beautiful vining plant native to Africa and the Canary Islands. Philodendron cordatum can tolerate medium to low light but are happiest in bright indirect light where they will produce larger foliage more quickly. They should be watered when the first inch or two of soil feels dry. Philodendron cordatum are easy plants to care for and are wonderful plants to learn to propagate with, simply cut leaves below the node or root and place in water to begin the process.
Philodendron cordatum grows best in medium to bright indirect light. It can tolerate lower light conditions, but its growth will be much slower and smaller.
We recommend watering when the first two inches of soil feels dry.
Philodendrons prefer temperatures of 65⁰ to 85⁰.
Apply a balanced houseplant fertilizer at half strength once every 1 - 3 months.
Our Classic Collection features a tapered terracotta design in two sizes and three styles highlighted by its beautiful color and lush green foliage.The Classic is made of terracotta: a porous, breathable material that allows for water and air circulation in the soil and creates a healthy environment for the plant. The word terracotta can trace its roots back to the Latin words “terra cocta” meaning baked earth. This clay-based pot minimizes over-watering and helps plants maintain healthy roots by absorbing excess moisture from the soil. In addition to its health benefits terracotta is known for developing a unique patina that gives it a beautiful and timeless look as it ages. Inspired by the minimalist lifestyle, this planter is simplistic, tasteful, and authentic.