Philodendron Gloriosum Appearance
The plant can reach a height of 90 cm!
Philodendron Gloriosum Care
The best temperature range for a Philodendron gloriosum is 45°F to 95°F (7°C – 35°C). Night temperatures between 60°F to 70°F (16°C – 21°C) are ideal.
Philodendron gloriosum prefers bright indirect light. There is a big debate in the aroid collectors world whether shade, semi-shade or a bright spot leads to the better growing conditions for your Philodendron Gloriosum.
Keep the soil damp but not soggy. Philodendron gloriosum is a plant that prefers to have slightly moist soil but you should definitely not overdo it as this can lead to root rot.
Well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter is your best choice when it comes to the Philodendron Gloriosum. You can make use of an orchid potting mix and add in peat and perlite to lighten up the soil and create better aeration. Oxygen is very important for the roots.
Philodendron gloriosum is best propagated by stem cuttings. The sections between leaves can be used to grow new plants. See below for an in-depth step by step instructions on how to propagate your plants.
Toxic to humans and animals when ingested.
Fertilize your Gloriosum during the spring months to fall, once every month. Try a balanced liquid fertilizer with a 20-20-20 NPK formulation. Keep in mind to dilute the fertilizer by half the recommended amount.
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