Philodendron 'Imperial Red' are part of the Araceae family. These are self-heading and produce glossy, red oval shaped leaves which are spaced close together on a single stem. This stiff, barely visible stem, keeps an Philodendron 'Imperial Red' upright and elegant looking as it matures. 


Pot: 14cm diameter.

Height: Approximately 50cm from base of pot.


Secrets to success


Temperature: Optimum temperatures are 18-24°C.


Light: These plants prefer bright indirect light due to their light colour and variegation.


Watering: Water well and then allow 50% of the soil dry out before watering again. Syngonium droop when they need water, but perk up quickly once watered.


Air humidity: This plant requires moderate to higher humidity, this can be achieved by misting the leaves, grouping plants together or placing the plant on a tray of watered pebbles.


Fertilising: Fertiliser bi-weekly during the growing season, using half the recommended strength.


Potting mix: A well-draining mix of coco coir, perlite and orchid bark.


This plant is toxic.

Philodendron 'Imperial Red'