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Imperial Green Philodendron

Imperial Green Philodendron

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Are you looking for a houseplant with a bit of power under the hood and a plant that packs a lot of green? The Philodendron Imperial Green is the indoor plant of your dreams!
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Get to Know Imperial Green Philodendron!


This larger-than-life, oversized beauty has shiny, undulating leaves that grab your attention, even from afar. This fast-growing, low-maintenance houseplant is perfect for anyone who loves a tropical feel without providing much care!


Water the soil thoroughly after the soil is almost completely dry. It is a good indication that it needs water when the leaves start wilting. Water more often in the growing season and reduce the frequency during the winter months. It is best to refrain from watering if you cannot decide if its time to add more. Larger plants can go weeks without water, but younger, less established plants need to be watered on a regular basis until their roots have fully developed.


Philodendrons prefer bright indirect sunlight but can live in lower light conditions. When philodendrons receive less than 5 hours of indirect sunlight each day, their new leaves will emerge smaller, their vines will become leggy, and vibrant colors and variegation may fade! If you bring your philodendrons outside for the summer place them in a shady spot. Direct afternoon sunlight is a no-no for all philodendrons as the intense rays of the sun will burn the leaves, but early morning sun (from 6-8am) will do no harm.


No! All philodendron are toxic to pets!

Sad Plant (is your plant dying?)

- The reason for a dying philodendron is because of over watering, under watering, cold temperatures or too much sun. Philodendron leaves turn yellow and droop due to saturated soil and turn brown because of under watering or sun burn. Temperatures cooler then 50°F can be the cause of a dying philodendron.
- Philodendron are topical plants that prefer hot and humid environments, ideally locate your philodendron in room with temperatures between 65°F to 85°F (18°C to 30°C). Mist the leaves once or twice per week to create a humid micro-climate that replicates the conditions of the philodendrons native environment.
- Water the philodendron as often as required to keep the soil evenly moist. Add perlite to the potting mix to help improve drainage for the optimal balance of moisture.
- To save your philodendron locate the plant in bright indirect light, in moist yet well draining soil, in warm temperatures and mist the leaves regularly. The plant should show signs of recovery with new growth emerging in the active growing season of Spring and Summer.