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asked in category: General Last Updated: 4th March, 2020

How do you grow Philodendrons from seed?

Start from seeds.
Put the seeds about 1/3 of an inch (1 centimeter) deep in nutritious breeding soil and cover them lightly. Spray the soil regularly to keep it moist. Philodendron seeds do not need to be soaked prior to planting.

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Moreover, how do you grow a philodendron?

Place plants in indirect light or grow outside in shady areas of zones 10b to 11. Plant philodendrons in Miracle-Gro® Indoor Potting Mix. Water when the top inch of soil is dry. Begin feeding with Miracle-Gro® Indoor Plant Food a month after planting.

One may also ask, how long does it take to grow Monstera from seed? about 10-14 days

Also to know is, how fast do philodendrons grow?

In its native tropical habitat, tree philodendron is a fast grower that reaches a height of up to 15 feet, but it grows significantly slower in cultivation. You can get it to grow faster by meeting its affinity for moist, shady spots and watering it with untreated water.

Can you grow philodendron in water?

While you can plant it in a flowerpot or in the garden after it roots, the philodendron is one of the few houseplants that can grow in water permanently. Fill a clear jar or container with tap water, leaving 1 inch of space beneath the rim. Remove a 6-inch stem from a healthy philodendron plant.

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