Philodendron imbe 'New Yorker Poles'
Philodendron 'New Yorker' (S)
Philodendron 'New Yorker' is a rare and wonderful rambling glossy-leafed plant that loves to climb making it a stunning addiction to a home garden. The dark, thick foliage is known for its heart shapes and are suspended by its aerial roots. Position the plant next to a column or beam in the house or office and the plant will continue to climb with little abandon.
Best suited inside in a bright location where warmth and humidity can be provided and maintained. Can tolerate lower light for periods and will sustain short periods down to 10 degrees. Water from the sides, mist to maintain humidity and avoid standing in water. If it looks unhealthy, repot and aerate the soil whilst providing nutrients for the plant to revitalise.
|WATER||Moderate water, mist regularly|
|LIGHT||Indirect Light, Filtered Light, Low Light|
|PLANT SIZE||Grows to 1m|
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