Philodendron Micans 3.5" pot
Philodendron micans has iridescent, heart-shaped leaves that are velvety to the touch and almost quilted in texture. Depending on the light, the color of the foliage can look deep green or rich purple, with the new leaves emerging chartreuse, edged with pink. Vining in habit, Philodendron micans will cascade elegantly in a hanging planter, or can be trained to climb up a trellis or hoop.
Bright, indirect light is best. Don’t place it in direct light—too much can burn the leaves. While it can survive in low light it won’t grow as full or nearly as fast.
Water your plant when the top inch or two of the potting mix is dry. How often that is depends on factors that help dry out the potting mix, like light level.