Cultivated variety of Philodendron Rojo Congo. An interesting characteristic of Philodendron Birkin is that it’s variegation is unstable, and over time it can produce one or more leaves that look just like its parent plant, the Philodendron Rojo Congo. It has also been known to produce almost completely white leaves, ones with a splash of pink, or it can revert to being completely green.
Bloom: Uncommon green and white flower stalk.
Light: Bright, indirect light. Variegated specimens require brighter conditions.
Moisture: Water when top inch of soil feels dry, then water thoroughly.
Humidity: Does best in humidity of 40-70%, tolerant of lower humidity levels.
Fertilizer: Fertilize twice a month during growing season.
Mature Size: 3ft tall by 3ft wide