Philodendron ‘Xanadu’ is a delightful and easy-to-grow houseplant. Unlike many other philodendrons, this is not a vining plant, so no support is needed; it will form a dense clump of beautifully lobed leaves and will tend to grow wider than taller. The Xanadu likes a little more light than most philodendrons in order to maintain its compact growth habit. Bright, indirect light will suit this plant well, and even a little direct sun, especially morning sun, will be good for this plant. If you have this plant in too dark of a location, the stems will elongate a bit too much. However, too much direct sun can cause the foliage to turn a yellowish green colour.
Care tips: Take this to the tap and thoroughly soak with water before allowing it to drain completely. Allow half the soil to dry before re-watering. Keeping this plant too wet may lead to yellowing of the leaves.
Caution: These plants are toxic to cats and dogs so take care when positioning them.