Broken Heart Plant
This easy-growing plant with heart-shaped leaves is one of the most well-liked houseplants and our all-time bestseller.
People adore it for its lovely fenestrations. If you don't have the space for a large monster, the Philodendron broken heart is the monstera charm you want to add to your home.
It grows quickly and has delicate trailing vines that can be styled for every space.
What makes it special
- low-upkeep plant
- Large-leafed plants
Maximum Height - 8 inch to 1 ft indoor plant
Flower Color - Whitish-green spadix and white spathe
Bloom Time - Rarely flowers indoors
Difficulty Level - Easy to grow
Planting and care
Massive leaves may attract dust. To maintain the leaves clean and healthy, wipe them down with a moist cloth if you see they are dusty or soiled.
Remove any damaged, diseased, or dead plant components, and dispose of them far from the living plants.
Use a spray of neem oil, eucalyptus oil, or citrus oil as the first line of defense against any disease or insect attack.
Broken heart care
- Before watering the soil, check the moisture content.
- Using your finger, probe the soil; if it seems dry, add water.
- Maintain the plant in bright indirect light.
- After getting it, do not immediately re-pot it.
Sunlight - Full Sun
Watering - water the plant once every 15 days.
Soil -This plant requires well drained soil. Soil potting mixture for this plant should generally contain 40 % cocopeat, 40 vermicompost and 20 % local garden soil.
Temperature - 20,30-degree Celsius
Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer
Broken heart special feature
- Large leaved indoor plant for warm, bright and humid areas
- It makes an excellent container or house plant.
Images are only for reference; the actual product may differ in shape and size.
The product is replaceable but non-returnable.