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Philodendron Lemon Lime

Philodendron Lemon Lime

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Looking to add a splash of color to your space? A philodendron lemon lime is a great choice.
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Get to Know Philodendron Lemon Lime!


Displaying bright yellow-green foliage, this climbing philodendron is native to Thailand. It looks great displayed on a tabletop or desk when it's small and can be moved to a floor planter as it matures.


Water when the top 1 to 2 inches of soil are dried out completely then water thoroughly. Excess water should drain from the pot’s drainage holes after each watering. This philodendron can handle being slightly underwatered if you forget a watering but struggles with overwatering and root rot, so ensure that you are never allowing the plant to sit in soaking wet soil. Make sure it is always in a pot with good drainage to avoid overwatering and root rot.


These philodendron lemon limes require bright, indirect light. An east or west-facing window is perfect for these climbing plants. Avoid locations that receive direct afternoon sun as the leaves are susceptible to scorching.


No! This philodendron is not pet friendly.

Sad Plant (is your plant dying?)

BROWN EDGES: Leaves with brown, crispy edges are an indication that your plant is not getting enough moisture. Try moving your plant to a more humid location and providing it with a good watering.

DROOPING LEAVES: If you notice that the leaves of your philodendron's leaves are drooping, it usually means that the plant needs to be watered. After a good watering, the leaves should perk back up within a few hours.

LEGGY GROWTH: Since this philodendron is a climbing plant, it can start to look leggy over time if it is not receiving enough light. When a plant is leggy, its leaves are spaced far apart along the stem and the plant can look like it is reaching towards the nearest light source. Once the plant has started to look leggy, there is no way to reverse that type of growth. However, you should move your plant to a brighter location to prevent future growth.