We think it's pretty hard to pass up the velvety leaves on Philodendron micans. Philodendron micans is very similar to Philodendron hederaceum, or Heart Leaf Philodendron, which you may be more familiar with. Philodendron micans is often sold as a hanging plant and grows beautifully that way, it grows quickly and before you know it you'll have a cascading plant! Philodendron micans will also readily climb a moss pole. Unlike some other velvety Philodendrons, Philodendron micans is versatile and easy going. It's a great choice for beginners looking for something a little flashy, or experienced plant parents who don't want a plant that's going to take up a lot of their time. If you want to learn all about the care of Philodendron micans read on!
Light: Place your Philodendron micans somewhere it will get bright to medium indirect light. Philodendron micans may grow in a lower light setting but it will grow slowly.
Water: Allow around 3/4 of the soil to go dry before watering your plant. Bottom watering may be a good option for watering your Philodendron micans to help keep any water off of the velvety leaves.
Did you know? If you choose to grow you Philodendron micans up a moss pole you may find over time that your plant will produce larger leaves! This is because Philodendron micans naturally grows up the trunks of trees, and replicating this natural growth form will allow your plant to produce mature, larger leaves.
Want to add one of these velvety cuties to your home? We have Philodendron micans available in-store!