CARE GUIDE - Philodendron
WATER - Keep the potting soil moist at all times. Keep the plants moist at all times but not soggy. You want to avoid overwatering this plant. If the leaves are drooping, it could indicate either too much water or not enough.
LIGHT - Provide dappled, indirect sun light to this plant. Philodendrons can be acclimated to nearly direct sunlight in the right conditions, but they thrive in light shade. If you notice many of the leaves turning yellow at the same time, it can indicate you are giving the plant too much direct light. If you notice it is getting leggy, it may need more light.
TEMPERATURE - This plants temperature range is variable, but no philodendron likes being too cold. They like humidity, so you might maintain the humidity around them with a pebble tray of water. Mist the plant frequently during the growing season, about every two days. During the winter you should mist them every three to four days.