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Philodendron,‘Mican’

Philodendron, 'Mican' Philodendron hederaceum, commonly called, 'Micans' has shimmering, heart-shaped leaves that are velvety to the touch and almost quilted in texture. Depending on the light, the color of the foliage can look deep green or rich purple, with the new leaves emerging chartreuse, edged with pink. Although they grow larger foliage when they are encouraged to climb, they are stunning in hanging baskets or on a shelf where their beautiful leaves can cascade a colorful waterfall of  velvety glory. This is a very easy plant to take care of and any plant collection is incomplete without her!



Philodendron, 'Mican' Philodendron hederaceum, commonly called, 'Micans' has shimmering, heart-shaped leaves that are velvety to the touch and almost quilted in texture. Depending on the light, the color of the foliage can look deep green or rich purple, with the new leaves emerging chartreuse, edged with pink. Although they grow larger foliage when they are encouraged to climb, they are stunning in hanging baskets or on a shelf where their beautiful leaves can cascade a colorful waterfall of  velvety glory. This is a very easy plant to take care of and any plant collection is incomplete without her!



Plant Care
  • Light Requirements: Bright but indirect light.
  • Water: Moist but don't over water.
  •  Soil: America’s Gardens aroid houseplant soil.
  •  Temperature: 65-75 degrees.
  •  Flowering: Red spadix.
  •  Re-Potting: Allow enough room for growth (2-3' beyond root ball).
  •  Disease & Pest: Leaf spot, root rot (if over watered) are most common diseases. Spider mites and scale insects are primary pests associated with this plant.
  •  Toxicity: All parts are poisonous if ingested.

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