Gorgeous vining plant that is surprisingly low-maintenance and easy to grow. Provide it with bright light, regular watering, and well-draining conditions and it will thrive. While philodendron Brasil flower, they are primarily grown for their brilliant foliage as their blooms are rather insignificant and rare when grown indoors. However, if you notice a green and white spathe growing from your plant, congratulations—your Brasil is blooming!
Philodendron Brasil can survive in a range of lighting conditions but will show its variegation best in bright, indirect light. Low-light conditions will cause the variegation to begin reverting and may result in leggy growth. You should also avoid exposing your philodendron Brasil to prolonged periods of direct sunlight as this can burn the leaves.
Watering - Give the plant a thorough soaking once every 1 to 1.5 weeks, allow the top 2-3 inches of soil to dry out between waterings and then water well.
Light - Bright, indirect light.
Measurements - Plant is in a 6" grower's hanging pot.