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The Philodendron Birkin is the new kid on the block when it comes to trending house plants. The Birkin grows to become a compact plant of rounded leaves which display dramatic pin stripe variegated line across their face. The height of the mature Birkin is something that is yet to be confirmed. Different sites have published an estimated height of 50cm – 100cm. Although, due to its short lifespan in the market only time will tell.
The Birkin isn’t the fastest growing Philodendron so pick a pot you love as you will be able to enjoy it. With its stunning foliage you will want to position your plant in a predominant spot, but remember to ensure it has moderate to bright indirect light to keep you plant happy and healthy. The Birkin will tolerate our dry indoor conditions, but thrives in humidity as most Philodendrons do. A misting from time to time would be welcomed.
Pot size 14 cm
Please be aware the purchased plant will vary from the product image.
Comes with black nursery pot only.
The Philodendron Birkin prefers a warm and humid environment.
The Philodendron Brikin will thrive in medium to bright, indirect sunlight.
Likes moist soil. Not too wet and not too dry. Water regularly but allow the soil to partly dry out before watering again. The roots do not like to be left wet so ensure that your pot has good drainage.
The Philodendron Brikin prefers a rich bark/peat based soil which is not too heavy. It needs to be able to that retains moisture, but not hold water.
During spring and summer use an all-purpose liquid plant food to promote new growth.
Philodendrons are toxic plants. Digestion of any part of the plant can cause problems. Keep out of reach of both children and pets.
The Philodendron Birkin needs clean leaves to photosynthesis in order to feed itself. Regularly wipe your plants leaves with a damp soft cloth or give it a full shower every now and again to remove any dust that has accumulated. This will ensure you will have a healthy pest free plant.
When the Philodendron Birkins roots appear to have filled the bottom of the pot it is time to upgrade the pot size.
Dried Leaves: If the edges of the leaves are yellowing it can indicate that the plant has been over watered. Alter your watering regime and your plant should return back to normal.
Pest and Disease: The Philodendron’s are typically not prone to pests or diseases. However, you may encounter mealybugs and aphids. Mealybugs can be dealt with by dipping cotton buds into rubbing alcohol and wiping the mealybugs.