Philodendron Cordatum, also known as the Heart-leaf Philodendron, prefers indirect sunlight, although it will do fine in almost any lighting condition; even areas of low light can be fine, though the leaves will spread more and the colors won’t be as vibrant or glossy.
Allow the top half-inch of soil to dry between waterings; you can it needs a drink when foliage starts to wilt and curl. You can spritz the leaves with water and wipe them down with a cloth to remove dust. Leaves will turn yellow if you are overwatering, and brown if you are underwatering.
Any quality potting soil will do as long as it is well-draining. You can also mix Perlite, sterilized garden loam, or coarse sand with half the amount of peat moss for your own soil.
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