Philodendron Shangri La

Philodendron – Shangri La

    Commonly Known As:
  • Philodendron Bipinnatifidum ‘Shangri La’

Philodendron bipinnatifidum, also known as Philodendron Shangri La, is a new tropical Philodendron genus native to South America. Unlike many Philos, Shangri La is a mounding philodendron, meaning its growth stems from its center instead of producing on vines. Its foliage has unique “serrated” edges that become more exaggerated as the plant matures.

  • light

    Place Philodendron Shangri-La anywhere there’s medium to bright indirect light. That means a few feet away from a bright window, filtered by thin curtains or blinds. Do not expose to direct sun light or the leaves may "burn."

  • water

    This hosueplant should be watered only when the top two inches of soil is dried out to imitate Shangri-La's tropical origins.

  • temperature

    The Philodendron Shangri-La prefers temperatures between 60⁰F to 75⁰F degrees. Do not expose to temperatures below 50⁰F.

  • fertilizer

    The best time to feed your Philodendron Shangri La is once a month in the winter and summer season using a liquid fertilizer, especially since you’re growing indoors.

    Plant Facts
  • Philodendron Shangri-La symbolizes health and abundance!

  • In greek the words ‘Philo’ and “dendron” meanas tree loving.

  • Native to South America

  • Difficulty level: Easy||As with most tropical plants,Philodendrons are toxic and should be kept away from pets and children.

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