This Philodendron cultivar was discovered as a natural mutation by Tai Yam, they then went on to cultivate the plant by tissue culture. Leaves are oblanceolate in shape and vivid lime-green to yellow in colour. Petioles are light pink or yellow and the plant grows in an upright formation and remains bushy at the bottom. P.domesticum ‘Lemon Lime’ would benefit from a sphagnum moss pole as this would encourage climbing and provide support.
Height: Approximately 25cm from base of pot.
Secrets to success
Temperature: Average temperature range of 15-26°C; no lower than 12°C.
Light: Bright indirect is ideal, however, will tolerate some lower light.
Watering: During winter keep the soil just moist, making sure it is not waterlogged. For the rest of the year water thoroughly but allow substrate to dry out a little between waterings.
Air humidity: Moderate to high would be ideal for this plant.
Fertilising: Feed every 2 weeks during the growing season; half the recommended dosage.
Potting mix: A chunky, well draining mix with bark is ideal.
This plant is toxic, keep out of reach of pets and children.