Philodendron 'Imperial Red' has glossy, bright green and red oval shaped leaves that are spaced very close together on a single stem. This stiff, barely visible stem, keeps an Imperial Red Philodendron upright and elegant looking as it matures.
Position It thrives in bright, indirect light.
Water Always allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering. Water less, allowing the soil to dry out a bit more, during the winter months.
Maintenance Philodendrons like to be slightly root-bound and a little snug in their pot. When the roots have just about filled the container, move your plant to a new container that is a few inches larger than the existing one. The best time to re-pot your houseplants is in the late winter or early spring before they start to grow again after a winter rest.