Philodendron Panduriforme
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Philodendron Panduriforme

Welcome to our guide to the Philodendron Panduriforme, covering care and propagation…

Philodendron Panduriforme Care Summary

Light needs:Medium to bright indirect sunlight.
Watering needs:Check the soil weekly, and water them if the top half of the soil is dry.
Fertilizer:A balanced fertilizer monthly in spring and summer months.
Soil:A mix of orchid bark and perlite with normal potting compost.
Humidity:50% or more.
Temperature:24-29°C (75-85°F).
Where to buy:Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.
Other names:Wolf’s Head Philodendron
Common issues:Overwatering

Introduction

The Philodendron Panduriforme is known for it’s beautifully shaped, lobed leaves.

See also: Philodendron Mamei Care, Philodendron Gigas Care, Philodendron Pastazanum Care.

Light Needs

Give them medium to bright indirect light, no direct sun. They will do well in most rooms that have some decent light.

How Often To Water Philodendron Panduriforme

You do not want to over water them, so check the soil weekly, and water them if the top half of the soil is dry. Then make sure the plant is not sat in the water afterwards, tip it out to avoid water logging.

Fertilizer

You do not have to feed them, they’ll be fine without. But you can encourage better growth if you give them a balanced fertilizer monthly in spring and summer months.

Soil

They want a well draining mix to avoid root rot. A mix of orchid bark and perlite with normal potting compost is ideal.

See our guide on buying or making your own soil here: Philodendron Soil.

When to Repot Philodendron Panduriforme

Check their roots once or twice a year and if they are looking crowded, pot them up a size.

Humidity

Try to give them 50% or more. They do better with a bit of humidity.

Temperature

Aim for 24-29°C (75-85°F) during the day, and try to keep hem above a minimum of 10°C (50°F) at night.

How to Propagate Philodendron Panduriforme

They are best propagated with stem cuttings.

Philodendron Panduriforme Vs Bipennifolium

They are really similar with their rounded lobes, the bipennifolium is longer and thinner though.

Other Names

Wolf’s Head Philodendron

Where To Buy

Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.

FAQs and Common Problems

Overwatering is a common issue, make sure the soil is mostly dry before watering again and do not let the plant pot stand in excess water, tip it out after watering.

Other Articles You Might Like

There you have it, here ends our guide to this beautiful plant. You might also like our other articles:

Philodendron Mamei Care, Philodendron Gigas Care, Philodendron Pastazanum Care.

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