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Broken Heart Plant

Original price was: ₹450.00.Current price is: ₹260.00.

  • Light : Bright indirect sunlight
  • Maintenace: Low maintenance
  • Special feature : Air purifying
  • Watering : Water twice a week
  • Where to grow : Bright indoors, shaded outdoors

Availability: 5 in stock

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One of the most popular houseplants, this easy-to-grow plant with heart-shaped leaves and holes in the leaf blades is a crowd favourite. The Philodendron broken heart, with its beautiful trailing vines that can be arranged for any room, will provide an instant tropical atmosphere and charm to any home.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: A well-balanced fertiliser every fifteen days throughout its primary growing season ? summer months ? and a rich compost mix potting media for potting or repotting, and it’s set for a long haul.

Repotting :
This is a low-maintenance plant that will require repotting once the roots begin to grow out of the present pot. When repotting, choose a pot that is somewhat bigger than the old one. Propagation: The philodendrons are the easiest plant family to reproduce since they may be propagated by stem cuttings, air layering, or offset both in soil and in water.

Typical issues

1. Why are the leaves on my Philodendron curling?

When your Philodendron doesn’t get enough water, the leaves curl. It can also arise as a result of overwatering, which drowns the roots and causes root rot. Underwatering, on the other hand, unlike overwatering, is simply corrected by watering more often.

2. Why leaves of the philodendron are turning yellow and drooping ?

Overwatering causes philodendron leaves to turn yellow and droop. Reduce the frequency with which you water your plant to address this issue.

3. Why are my Philodendron’s leaves going brown?

Philodendron leaves become dark owing to poor or inconsistent watering. Watering should be done on a regular basis, not at extended intervals.

Design and Decoration

Light Requirements: It is mostly an indoor plant that may also be utilised as a wall cover in shaded regions of your garden space. The Philodendron Broken Heart grows best in bright indirect light, although it may also flourish in full shade. To keep the plant from burning in an outdoor location, avoid direct sunlight; instead, diffused light or partial shade works best.

Placement: In an interior location, position it near a window that provides brilliant indirect light but not direct sunlight to your plant. The philodendron may grow in medium light, although its growth rate decreases. Balconies that are shaded are also great for the Philodendron.

Styling/decor tip : Its name is Versatility – whatever d?cor, any area ? the huge heart shaped leaves are your solution. Allow it to trail form on top of shelves or hanging pots to add character, climb the walls with a trellis or wire clips for a more tropical feel, or grow on a moss stick to provide height to your decor. It’s your go-to plant since it’s easy to cultivate and has gorgeous leaves that hang softly from the vines.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I water Philodendron?

Philodendrons need to be well watered. Keep the soil evenly moist but not soggy and allow the topsoil to dry out in between watering.

Is Philodendron toxic?

Philodendron is poisonous if ingested by animals or humans.

Is Philodendron and Money plant the same?

No, although their leaves look similar, Philodendron and Money Plant are not the same.

What are the common names of Philodendron Broken Heart Plant?

Philodendron Broken Heart Plant is also known as Monkey Mask Plant.

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