Light: Philodendron hederaceum is tolerant of a range of lighting situations. Plants grown in bright indirect light will grow quicker, but Philodendron hederaceum will live in medium to lower medium indirect light as well!
Water: Allow about 1/3 of the soil to go dry in-between watering. Philodendron hederaceum will look visibly droopy when it's time to water. Plants grown in lower light conditions will need to be watered less frequently than those grown in brighter light.
Did you know? Your Philodendron hederaceum may begin to look a little sparse on top over time. You can solve this by placing your plant in a location where the top receives more light, or propagate cuttings from your plant and use them to fill in the sparse areas!