Philodendron imperial red...A real easy houseplant will thrive in lower light conditions perfect desk buddy, new leave will appear red then turn to dark green which looks almost black...drool
Care: Light in nature the species Philodendron imperial red is found growing high in the canopy perched out on the limb of a tree so I would provide bright indirect light, but watch out for direct sunlight as it may scorch her amazing leaves. Keep the soil moist but not wet these won't like being too wet, so you can let him dry out a little before watering
Size: Pot Diameter 14cm - Total height is approximately 40-50cm
Toxicity: Toxic to pets and humans, so keep out of reach from little and furry legs!
Difficulty: Easy - More easy indoor plants
Feeding: General, the majority of houseplants should be fed every 2nd watering during the growing season (Spring and Summer), for me, it's about which every 14 days. In autumn and winter, I feed less, as indoor plants will require fewer nutrients.