Everything to Know To Propagate a Philodendron Erubescens
The philodendron erubescens can be propagated by cutting and division. The plant can grow and attain a height of about 36 inches as a houseplant.
Philodendron erubescens propagation can be done in different ways such as stem cuttings, division, seeds, and air layering.
Philodendron Erubescens Propagation
The right season and this is during spring or early summer. Choose the stems that are healthy and in good shape. cut three to seven inches of the stem....
Propagation By Stem Cutting
Select a healthy and matured part of the mother plant. Snip a section of the plant. The cutout section should be transplanted.....
Propagation By Division
Place the seeds directly half an inch into the soil.
Cover the seeds lightly and spray water.
repotting should be done after 16 weeks ...
Propagation By Seed
Get a matured stem and cut an angle halfway through. Insert it into the angular cut and wrap it with a layer of moss, cover it whit a plastic wrap...
Propagation By Air Layering
prefers indirect bright light.
when the surface of the soil is dry.
the standard potting mix
Caring For Philodendron Erubescen
Temperature and Humidity:
the ideal to flourish falls between 55 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
use a regular houseplant fertilizer ..
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