ELEPHANT EAR Philodendron domesticum

ELEPHANT EAR Philodendron domesticum

from 220.00

Great plant for clearing the air of Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde can cause irritation to nose, mouth and throat, and in severe cases swelling of the larynx and lungs. This is a must for any living space.

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Philodendron domesticum

Great plant for clearing the air of Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde can cause irritation to nose, mouth and throat, and in serve cases swelling of the larynx and lungs. This is a must for any living space.

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Light-  Philodendron's can tolerate deep shade but prefers bright indirect light

 

Care- It does not tolerate salt build up so flush soil regularly or used distilled water for irrigation.  

 

Water- Water once a week or when the top quarter-to-third of the soil feels dry to the touch. Standard liquid plant fertilizer can be applied about once a month during the spring and summer growing season. The Philodendron will also appreciate occasional misting.

Toxicity- Please note that some plants filter air from toxins and they themselves become toxic as a result, to see what your plants toxicity level means head to our ‘about’ page, there’s links to the 411

Location - The Philodendron's removes Formaldehyde, best place would be an in any living area.

 
 
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How We Prepare Your Plant

  • Nutrient rich organic soil

  • Appropriate sized pot to allow for desired
    growth

  • Pebbles at the base to allow for water
    run off. This avoids probelms from over
    watering otherwise roots can rot and kill
    your plant/tree

  • Hand crafted ceramic pot with a
    matte glaze gives a classic under
    stated look

  • The wooden stand is made with locally sourced white oak that is native to southern california or classic Walnut. Created by a very talented carpenter based in Culver City who has worked there for over 20 years.