Welcome to our guide to the Philodendron Lynamii, covering care and propagation, including water, soil, humidity and temperature needs.
Philodendron Lynamii Care Summary
|Light needs:||Medium to bright indirect sunlight.|
|Watering needs:||Check the soil weekly, only water if top half of soil already dry.|
|Fertilizer:||Every 2 weeks in summer with well diluted balanced plant feed.|
|Soil:||A mix of orchid bark, potting compost and perlite.|
|Humidity:||60% or more.|
|Where to buy:||Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.|
|Common issues:||Root from overwatering.|
The Philodendron Lynamii has big, oversized, impressive glossy leaves and a pink hue to the underside.
They will do best in medium to bright indirect sunlight
How Often To Water Philodendron Lynamii
You should let them mostly dry out before you want them again, so check the soil weekly but only water it if the top half of the soil already dry.
Feed them every 2 weeks in summer with a well diluted balanced plant feed.
They want a well drainig and chunky mix of orchid bark, potting compost and perlite.
When to Repot Philodendron Lynamii
Check them each year and repot them if the roots are getting crowded.
60% or more, they thrive in a humid environment.
Try to keep them between 18-27°C (64-81°F) in the day time and above 10°C (50°F)
How to Propagate Philodendron Lynamii
Take stem cuttings with one leaf and one node. And root them in water or sphagnum moss. Once rooted you can pot them up into soil after a month or so.
Where To Buy
Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.
FAQs and Common Problems
Root from overwatering is a common issue but easily avoided by letting the soil dry mostly out. Also keep an eye out for fungal infections like leaf spot, it’s a good idea to check the plant each time you water it.
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