The Philodendron Birkin is a rare gorgeous houseplant with dark green leaves. The beautiful leaves are variegated with a light yellow too. You don’t find many plants like it.
They like bright, indirect light. Too much light will result in the leaves turning brown.
They like to be watered a little but often to avoid the soil becoming too soggy. Make sure the soil has dried out sufficiently before watering again. They like high humidity so misting them often is key.
As they are native to the tropics, Philodendron Birkin will struggle in colder temperatures. Make sure it is not near any drafty windows or doors as the colder air from outside will over time harm your plant.
Large-leafed philodendron plants, including the trendy monstera plant, were shown to be one of the most effective for reducing air pollution. Just don't let small kids or pets eat the leaves since they're toxic.
A single Philodendron Birkin in a 16.5cm plastic nursery pot.