Plants Encyclopdias >> Garden >> Philodendron Burgundy
Plant Experience
Every 15 days
When a Philodendron has droopy leaves, it can mean that it is getting too little or too much water. The surface of the soil should be dry, but when you insert your index finger into the soil up to the first knuckle, you should find that the soil is slightly moist at this level.

Philodendron is also called anchor philodendron because it produces long, ropelike aerial roots near the base. If the areal roots wander out of the pot, tuck them back in or wind them loosely around the soil in the top of the pot. Cutting them off doesn’t hurt the plant, but save them if you plan to repot the plant soon. At repotting time, shorten them as necessary and work them into the soil to get the plant off to a strong start.

The best way to clean a Philodendron is with a soft, damp cloth, one leaf at a time. Support the leaf by placing your hand under it and wipe gently. Clean both the upper and lower sides of the leaves.

Album (1)
Plants Encyclopdias
Plants Encyclopdias
Name: Philodendron Burgundy
Latin: Philodéndron erubescens
Origin: South America
Plant height: 50 - 150 cm
Reproduction: #Stems
Difficulty level: #Medium
Tags: #SouthAmerica #Philodndronerubescens

Philodendron Burgundy
Elite Article

You have any problems or suggestions, please leave us a message.

Please enter content
Download GFinger APP

Scan QR code, download GFinger APP to read more.

QR Code

Scanning QR Code, directly to see the home page

Switch Language
Sign out

Share good articles, GFinger floral assistant witness your growth.

Please go to the computer terminal operation

Please go to the computer terminal operation

Submit success Submit fail Picture's max size Picture's max size Success Oops! Something wrong~