father's day gift idea. gift for man split-leaf philodendron live plant. rare philodendron, Low light live houseplant. Low maintenance, fast-growing trailing houseplant.
** We can’t accommodate gift note inside the package at the moment. but we can put “ from your name " as the last name in the address label, and ship without pricing.
> 1, 5-8” plant ship in 3-4” pot or bare root for plant safety
> 2, 9-15 “ plant grow in 3-4" pot ship with a pot or without pot depending on the shape of the plant, watering scheduled and weather.
> 3, 15”+ plant grow in 6-7" pot. ship with or without pot for plant safety.
> 3, Plant growing in 1 Gallon pot. about 1-1.5 feet. ship in a 6” pot or without pot for plant safety. Leave plant in pot for at least 2 weeks. Then report to 1 gallon pot or bigger. Follow original Soil line.
** click on option to see images wiping a similar plant of chosen options. adult plant for reference only. leaves on a starter plant will start to split within 1-3 months with proper care.
** fast-growing. like warm and humid, bright light.
** Please expect shipping stress. but it will recover quickly. ** when re poting. Soil can not cover any part of leaf stem when it starts to split from the main stem. Or it will rot. ** Not responsible once plant is taken out of their original pot.
** care: Indoor Care Choose a location with bright, indirect sunlight for your split-leaf philodendron in temperatures that consistently stay between 70 to 75 degrees.
Pot the split-leaf philodendron in a peat-based potting media.
Water regularly with a watering can or cup during the growing season. Allow the soil to dry out slightly in between waterings and reduce watering in fall and winter.
Mist the foliage of the indoor houseplants occasionally, using a spray bottle filled with demineralized water or rainwater. This increases humidity, mimicking the plant's natural habitat.
Fertilize indoor plants if desired, using a balanced liquid fertilizer every few weeks during the growing season.
Check foliage for common pests such as mealybugs, aphids, thrips, scale and spider mites. Many pests can be removed simply by spraying the plant with a direct stream of water. You may also wash the leaves with insecticidal soap.
Use a damp sponge or paper towel to wipe any accumulated dust or debris off of houseplants regularly.
Outdoor Care: Choose a partially shaded location with well draining soil in USDA zones 10 to 12. The plant will grow poorly in the salty soils found directly on the coast and may be better off as a houseplant in such regions.
Water regularly during the growing season with a garden hose to thoroughly saturate the soil.
Fertilize three or four times a year with a balanced fertilizer if accelerated growth is desired.