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Philodendron Tortum – 4″ pot

$110.00

Philodendron Tortum is a hard to find, rare Philodendron. At first glance, most people would assume it was in the Monstera family because of its deeply lobed/split leaves. As it does in the wild, Tortum thrives most when it is given a support or totem to grow up.

**It should be noted that all parts of the plant are toxic and will cause irritation and burning of the mouth if eaten. Ingesting the plant may also cause difficulty swallowing, drooling, and vomiting.

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Philodendron plants are easy to grow and are most suitable for the warm, non-freezing climates of USDA plant hardiness zones 9b-11. They are most often grown as indoor plants. Place in a warm room where temperatures are between 50 and 95 F. (10-55 C.).

Philodendron should be planted in a container filled with quality, well-drained potting mix. The container must have at least one drainage hole in the bottom.

This plant is tolerant to most light levels but is happiest in moderate or filtered light. Semi shady areas are fine, but intense sunlight may scorch the leaves.

Water the plant deeply, then allow the top of the soil to become slightly dry before watering again. Never allow the pot to sit in water. Feed every other week using a general-purpose, water-soluble fertilizer mixed to half strength.